Tag: digital literacy

Engaging Students with Opportunity

The Pro Vice Chancellor (Programs and Pathways) along with the Widening Participation Unit hosted a second HEPPP Lunch and Learn workshop for 2019, to connect our community of practice with exploring the challenges and opportunities faced by students from disadvantaged...

/ 4 November, 2019
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The Three Most Important Digital Literacy Skills

The Widening Participation Unit's LEAP-Links Digital Literacy program aims to address the growing gap in digital competencies in low socio-economic status (low SES) students and students from regional and remote areas.

/ 20 September, 2018
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Learner-Generated Digital Media: Fostering Prosumers In The Post-Truth World

A sneak peak into the Archaeology of Death & Burial (ADB-TV) Project team's exploration of three arguments advocating for bringing digital media into curriculum, assessment and learning activities – inspired and funded by the Professional Digital Competencies project.

/ 25 May, 2018
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Designing Classroom Interaction with Digital Technology

Classroom response systems (CRS) are well recognised active learning strategies. Although student participation and engagement doesn’t necessarily equal learning, we know that active learning strategies promote learning. We also know that many lecturers who teach large student cohorts employ various active...

/ 14 September, 2017