Dr Konrad Peszynski is the Program Director of the Bachelor of Business and Head of Teaching and Learning in the College of Business and Law. He has been at RMIT University since May 2006 and held a number of roles and responsibilities, including Program Manager for the Master of Business (IT),
Deputy Program Manager for the Master of Commerce, Higher Degree by Research Coordinator and most recently, Deputy Head of Department, Information Systems and Business Analytics in the School of Accounting, Information Systems and Supply Chain.
Candice McKenzie is a proud Warumungu, Walpiri woman from Darwin, NT. Candice has spent the last 10 years working in higher education settings advancing Indigenous perspectives and contributing to capability building for academic staff to deliver learning experiences that are constructive, high quality and pedagogically sound.
Candice joined RMIT in August 2022 as the senior curriculum specialist in the College of Business and Law. Candice will support staff and students to build their professional practice through learning and engagement opportunities that aim to advance Indigenous perspectives across the curriculum in accordance with RMIT’s broader Indigenous strategy. Candice will assist staff to embed Indigenous knowledges including constructive working relationships that enhance student learning and optimise performance.
Candice aims to contribute to a workplace where individuals can examine their own cultural identities and attitudes and prioritise an environment that includes a shared respect, shared meaning, shared knowledge and experience for all.
Academic Capabilities & Professional Development
ACPD are here for CoBL’s academics. We provide guidance on learning and teaching practices that are evidence-based and strategically aligned with CoBL and RMIT directions.
We utilise scholarly informed methods to develop teaching staff capability for learning and teaching in higher education, and we provide resources for Awards, SoTL and career development activities for academic staff.
The Learning and Teaching Quality Enhancement Team provides collaborative support to the quality and continuous improvement initiatives and projects within the College of Business and Law.
A division of the broader Learning and Teaching portfolio, the team offers a number of essential services to the College of Business and Law and its Schools including: advice in relation to program and course development and review, leading the College's and University’s formal program and course approval processes amongst other quality and enhancement areas.
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The Learning Design Team provides collaborative processes and learning design expertise to assist educators in the design and development of innovative content for students.
Using evidence-based practices, the learning design team provide expertise, guidance, and assistance in the following areas of online/blended course development:
- Learner interaction and engagement
- Educational technology integration
- Alignment, activities, and assessment
Although the Digital Development Team’s primary remit is on the production of video and digital learning assets in-line with course development. Working closely with the learning design team and educators to produce engaging learning materials.
The digital development team also supports College-wide initiatives such as:
- Best of Business and Law Award Ceremony
- College of Business and Law Award Ceremony
- Vanguard Publication
- Self-Service Recording Studios
- Immersive Technology initiatives
- Learning Tech Tools
Manager Learning Design
Senior Learning Designer