Strategic Planning and Governance

The University has set its direction for the next 5 years with the 2011-2015 strategy in its White Paper. Under the themes of engage enquiry and mutual accountability, the strategy provides a framework in which all activities of Sydney eLearning are constituted, with partners across the University and with colleagues in the Education Portfolio.

Sydney eLearning is responsible on behalf of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) for implementation of the University Learning Space Strategy and acts as representative and/or reports to key committees in the new structures established under the White Paper. The Learning Space strategy is a subset of the Campus Improvement Plan which is part of the University’s strategic plan 2011-2015 http://sydney.edu.au/strategy/ and the Education Portfolio’s education plan see URL http://sydney.edu.au/education-portfolio/strategic-priorities/.

Committees

  • Senior Executive Group (Finance and Infrastructure) committee
  • SEG Capital Prioritisation sub-committee
  • Senior Executive Group (Education) committee
  • SEG Learning Space sub-committee
  • University Economic Model – Strategic Reference Group
  • Capital Project Committees

a) Australian Institute of Nanotechnology, Project Control Group

b) Charles Perkins Centre, BPB

c) University Business School Building Tender Evaluation Committee

d) Teaching and Learning Capital Fund Governance

e) Annual Learning Space Program

Faculty partners

Sydney eLearning works with:

Institutional Partners

Sydney eLearning works with:

Portfolio partners

Sydney eLearning works with:

The collaborations arising out of these partnerships address integrated teaching and learning space strategies and student experience services in line with the Education Plan of the DVC(Education) and the University Strategic Plan.