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What is 3Ci?

3Ci is the Course Convenor's Community Initiative - Peer Enhanced Performance program. The program focuses on performance development for course convenors through a comprehensive peer mentoring and distributed leadership program. The program will commenced in Semester 1, 2011 and runs throughout the year. 3Ci is sponsored by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), Professor Carole Kayrooz.

"3Ci - Peer Enhanced Performance"

What will 3Ci do for me?

Participants will have the opportunity to improve their skills in a variety of areas peculiar to the role of the course convenor. Some of the activities will focus on improving performance through tools such as a 360 degree feedback system tailored to the role, developing a best practice guide through a corporate wiki focusing on marketing courses, conducting student consultations, developing new courses and flexible learning options for students in addition to providing a forum for ongoing and personalised coaching.

"An internal locus of control is at the heart of great performance"

What will 3Ci do for UC?

The aim of 3Ci is to provide a formal vehicle for staff development, to improve the student experience, and ultimately, to create  a great workplace environment.

"The student experience is but a reflection of our own"

How does 3Ci link to UC's strategy?

3Ci supports UC’s strategic objectives as follows: Step 3 (continuous improvement), Step 6 (service orientated culture), Step 11 (staff development), Step 15 (the student experience), Step 22 (course marketing), Steps 24 and 25 (improve teaching and the course experience) while all contributing to Step 2 (a great workplace).

"Step 1 acknowledges the past, Step 39 embraces the future"
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  1. Apr 20, 2011

    What's the copyright license for these images?

    1. May 26, 2011

      No idea! Restricted to staff only, but eventually I will try to make it appropriate for an open environment!

      1. May 27, 2011

        OK - but it's still violation of copyright whether its open or closed! Ideally, let's model best practices here to CCs.