EDUCAUSE is a non-profit membership association created to support those who lead, manage and use information technology to benefit higher education. Their ‘7 things you should know about...’ resource series of Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) provides concise and practical advice on IT issues and applications that relate to teaching in a university setting. You can access the 2012 and 2013 offerings on a range of topics here.
Educause Learning Initiative – ‘7 Things You Should Know About...’
- Social Content Curation
- Video Communication
- Infographic Creation Tools
- Collaborative Learning Spaces
- Group Texting
- Application Development Tools
- Educational Design Research
- 3D Printing
- Navigating the New Learning Ecosystem
- The Evolution of the Textbook
- Projecting from Mobile Devices
- Flipped Classrooms
- Challenge-Based Learning
NMC Horizon Report
Is tablet computing, wearable technology and gamification really going to have an impact on higher education? The NMC Horizon Report is an unbiased source that helps education leaders and policy-makers understand the impact of key emerging technologies on education, and when they are likely to enter mainstream use.Read more here: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2013.pdf
Using Collaborate, staff from the BOLD Lab will outline strategies for giving effective instructions and explanations in an online environment.
Video and web conferencing SIP13 June
- Improving Your Teaching & What’s New?
31 MayCentral Coast
Improving Your Teaching21, 22 MayCallaghan
What’s New?28, 29 MayCallaghan
CTL will come to you!
So we can support you in your teaching, CTL offers a range of in-practice professional development services. Whether you’d like some mid-semester feedback from students, a review from peers or someone to observe you teaching a class, CTL can help. Alternatively, if you’d like some help designing a course, some training in the BOLD Lab or a few fresh ideas when it comes to setting assessments, just ask us.
Register for a workshop or send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
All Sorts of Students
CTL are gathering all sorts of students who are willing to give feedback and share their learning experiences of both face-to-face teaching and the online environment. Members of the group will form student panels and take part in the Equip series, which are workshops for academic staff who wish to further develop and enhance their teaching skills. Your genuine comments form an integral component of the Equip process, with the end result better teaching and a more positive experience for students. Participation is voluntary and the estimated time commitment is 1-2 hours. All participants will receive a certificate of acknowledgement and a lolly bag to take home. To register your interest, contact email@example.com or call 4921 5350
Need assistance with Academic skills, English Language support or Maths?
Learning Development works with students and academic staff to help all students learn and write effectively at all stages of their degree program > Find out more
Need an Individual consultation?
Learning Development offers individual consultations so you can discuss your assessment tasks and study processes > Find out more...
Prefer to attend a Workshop?
Learning Development workshops are available at all stages of your degree, from enabling students to Research Higher degree Find out more...
Learning online and need assistance with Blackboard?
The UoNline website, includes various resources for the teaching technologies you use when you login to UoNline. It is available for students to help you better understand online learning technologies at UoN Find out more...