About Teche

Clerk from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
Our name comes from the University’s motto ‘And Gladly Teche’, a quote from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

Teche is Macquarie University’s Learning and Teaching Blog, run collaboratively by the Learning Innovation Hub, the five faculties, the Library and the Academic Senate. We publish news, notices, stories and opinion pieces that we think might be of interest to our learning and teaching community.

Have you got a story for us?

We are a distributed authorship blog and we welcome all contributions, especially from staff and students of Macquarie. Please email teche@mq.edu.au for more information on how to publish.

Meet the Editorial team

Abigail Baker, Macquarie University Library

Alana Hadfield, Macquarie University Library

Alana Mailey, Learning Innovation Hub

Alex Swain, Indigenous Strategy

Amanda Parker, Learning Innovation Hub

Anna Rowe, PACE

Chloe Spackman, Global Leadership Program

Chris Froissard, Faculty of Arts

Geraldine Timmins, Learning Innovation Hub

Lauren Bacigalupo, Learning Innovation Hub

Leah Dudley, Sustainability

Michael Catabay, Learning Innovation Hub

Nathan Sollars, Learning Innovation Hub

Rebecca Ritchie, Faculty of Human Sciences

Shaheen Hajira, Faculty of Business and Economics

Victoria Taylor, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Contact Beth Saunders (beth.saunders@mq.edu.au) Beth Saunders
Contact Shaheen Hajira (shaheen.hajira@mq.edu.au )
Lia SaundersContact Lia Saunders (hssa@mq.edu.au )    
Contact victoria.taylor@mq.edu.au   
Contact the Faculty of Science Learning and Teaching Team: fse-lt@mq.edu.au
Production & technical team: Mike Catabay, Michael Mendoza, Fransiska Bunadi And all our contributors, readers and subscribers

Teche acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Macquarie University Land, the Wattamattageal clan of the Darug nation, whose cultures and customs have nurtured, and continue to nurture, this land, since the Dreamtime. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.

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