Macquarie University has recently run its first trial of BYOD e-Exams as part of its role in an Australian Office of Learning and Teaching project entitled ‘Transforming exams across Australia: processes and platform for e-exams in high stakes, supervised environments’.
Interested in collaborative learning, games based learning, motivation of learners or video analysis? You won’t want to miss this talk by the University of Hamburg’s Professor Jens Siemon on 7 October.
Last semester I presented to the Faculty of Arts on Web 2.0 technologies for Higher Education. A few people expressed interest in a repeat session so I thought I’d open it up to the broader University community on Monday 20th July.
The Summit will include the opportunity to trial the some latest wearable technologies, an overview of the field by industry experts and scholars, a think-tank with colleagues to brainstorm the educational possibilities of wearable technologies, and the chance to participate in a wearable technologies trial next year. All sessions will be highly interactive and are designed to elicit your ideas for how we can leverage the potentials of wearable technologies in learning and teaching.