The UON Academy recognises the key role that sessional/casual academic staff play in the delivery of a world-class education. Through this initiative, we aim to develop, support and engage a highly valued community of sessional/casual academic staff.
> We will create opportunities for members to engage with each other and with colleagues – both in person and online – to enhance the employment experience and support the development of mutually rewarding programs.
> We will establish dedicated communications to celebrate the many achievements of UON Academy members.
> For the first time we will capture valuable feedback from our sessional/casual workforce to inform strategies, with a separate Your Voice survey specific to this cohort.
> The Centre for Teaching and Learning will continue to provide support to UON Academy members through training and other resources.
> Recognising the important role course coordinators play in supporting sessional/casual staff, we will develop resources that ensure consistency and quality outcomes.
Are you a member?
All sessional/casual staff are automatically members of the UON Academy. There is no application process. Academy members are viewed as a University-wide workforce in the same way as ongoing staff.
For enquiries related to your contract, in the first instance please contact your School office.
For further assistance, please call HR Support Services on 4033 9999 or email email@example.com
The Policy Library contains all UON policies, procedures and guidelines.
The library contains a range of useful policies and procedures that are applicable to academic teaching staff and course co-ordinators.
We provide a range of resources to support the administration of your teaching activities and to facilitate quality learning outcomes for students.
Each Faculty has a dedicated Faculty Librarian, responsible for ensuring that the information and research needs of staff and postgraduate students are met.
They offer a number of specialist research services and resources, including advice and support for undertaking literature searches, referencing, citation analysis, current awareness, promotion of research, and management of research data. They can also advise on choosing the right publisher, including how to avoid predatory publishers and which publishers offer Open Access publications.
Please contact your Faculty Librarian or Liaison Librarian for more information.
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Business and Law
|P: 02 4921 8627 / Email*|
Education and Arts
|P: 02 4921 8881 / Email*|
Engineering and the Built Environment
|P: 02 4921 8621 / Email*|
Health and Medicine
|P: 02 4921 5844 / Email*|
Science and Information Technology
|P: 02 4921 8625 / Email*|
Liaison Librarians, Central Coast Campus
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Business, Education and Arts
|P: 02 4348 4211 / Email*|
Health, Science and Information Technology
|P: 02 4348 4225 / Email*|
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