Don’t just take it from us, the FLaMe program (Flexible Learning at Macquarie, beginning 9 April) has received glowing reviews from Macquarie academics who’ve attended in previous years. If you’re debating whether or not it’s for you, here are some of the things they valued most …
While prominent scholars such as Professor Snarky and the Lego Academics are already harnessing the power of Twitter for connecting academic communities, Twitter is also a valuable tool for university teaching. There are a multitude of ways to use it, but here are three simple ones to try.
Audrey Markowskei recently took on the tricky challenge of moving to paperless assignments in a Mathematics unit. Jorge Reyna from the LTC participated in the evaluation of various apps and platforms, as featured on Teche. In this post Audrey offers her own reflections on the trial.
The New Zealand Ministry of Education has published a report giving an overview of the literature relating to e-learning in workplaces in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. While the report does not cover provider-based efforts, it does include workplaces in these countries.
Some key findings from this report regarding workplace e-learning are: Continue reading Report on workplace e-Learning
I visited the Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning on Friday and was taken on a great tour by Stephen Harris (Principal) and Mark Burgess (Deputy and Learning Activist). Based in the Northern Beaches Christian School, SCIL takes a disruptive approach to K-12 education with the use of innovative learning spaces, blended learning environments (Moodle and EdModo for the most part), BYOD approaches and PBL.
By enabling users to overlay multimedia information on the world around us, Augmented Reality has immense potential to transform tertiary education. This presentation outlines what Augmented Reality is, how it works, applications available to educators, and how it might be infused into the curriculum. The presentation will also provide an overview of the Augmented Reality knowledge base that has been developed as part of this project, which includes examples, resources and guides.
2pm – 3pm, Thursday 27 February, 2014
To join this informative and captivating session, please click here to register
NMC and ELI Release the NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Higher Education Edition
The New Media Consortium (NMC) and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) jointly released the 11th edition of the NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Higher Education today. The NMC Horizon Project, an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in education.