Author: Andrew Fluck

  • Accountability for workload

    “The status quo in universities, where most academic workload models underestimate or ignore much of the scholarly work academics do, serves the interests of university management by restraining costs. The AWET has the potential to address this, because it is transparent and provides realistic estimates of most activities academics do. Through this accountability, the AWET […]

  • Nomenclature

    One of the areas we have been considering to make the AWET more useful is how to configure it for different institutions. The forms of nomenclature used in range of organisations vary. For example, a teaching component of a degree might be ‘unit’, ‘course’, or ‘paper’; the organiser of such a component might be ‘unit […]