Rob Manson’s presentation on Wearable Technologies has drawn much interest from the Macquarie University community eager to discover what the latest technology trends are.
She was named one of Australia’s most influential women in 2014 and now Pia Waugh is set to share thoughts with the Macquarie University community during Connect More: Learning and Teaching Week 2015.
People attending the first day of Connect More: Learning and Teaching Week 2015 would be wise to bring along their laptop, iPad and pen and join in Robert Parker’s A Game Design Approach to Learning and Teaching workshop.
Lois MacCullagh was a good student at high school, with high marks in the subjects she studied.
It wasn’t until she started university almost 20 years ago that things began to change. Struggling to keep up with her studies, Lois dropped out and went into the workforce instead.
A discussion on the different teaching philosophies of Chinese and Australian universities is one of a number of presentations that is drawing some attention at the upcoming Connect More Learning and Teaching Week 2015.
His passion has drawn the attention of Bill Gates, and now Professor David Christian will be bringing the forthcoming ‘Big History’ MOOC to a panel discussion at Learning and Teaching Week. We asked Professor Christian to give us an insight into Big History and its famous devotee.
Some of Macquarie University’s brightest minds will battle it out to see who will take out this year’s Three-Minute Thesis competition.
The competition, to be held on Thursday 17 September 2015 during Learning and Teaching Week 2015, attracts dozens of competitors each year and this year’s line up is no exception. Competition is already heating up with preliminary rounds conducted over the past few months to find this year’s worthy finalists.
The launch of the Learning and Teaching Strategy (White Paper) will be one of dozens of discussion topics confirmed for Learning and Teaching Week 2015 to be held between 14-17 September.
The White Paper will be the blueprint on how Macquarie University can further connect with industry leaders and ensure our graduates access quality employment opportunities.