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Innovation in Learning Technologies – What’s Happening Across Campus in 2017

Innovation in learning technologies is happening across the campus, with several ‘Proof of Concept’ projects planned for 2017. Here are some of the learning technologies being piloted this year to improve the student experience, as well the key steps involved in a proof of concept project if you are thinking about trialling a new learning technology yourself.

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Student Forum on Learning Technologies

Want to have a say on Macquarie’s Learning Technologies?

The Learning Innovation Hub is developing its strategic plan for the next 5 years and would love your input. We want to know what you think is working, not working and what you would like to see in the future in relation to the technologies through which you learn at Macquarie. This is not about IT concerns, but rather what you would like to see in the learning space, for example:

What extra features would you like see in I-Learn?
How you would like to access lectures and video content?
Do you think learning content and resources are easily accessible?
What do you think about the idea of  “bring your own device”?
Would you like to see more gamification and simulations in learning delivery?
How do you see virtual and augmented reality technologies enhancing learning in the future?
Are you using any technologies outside of the university that you think could have learning applications?

Join us for a Student Forum on Learning Technologies!