Giedre Kligyte examines the concept of student agency in learning, offering experiences from the UTS Transdiciplinary School.
Reuse of content can save time and energy – discover how FEIT and the PGLD team reworked a Data Visualisation subject for multiple audiences.
Want to increase student engagement and grades? Apply theory to practice with this research case study from the University of Auckland.
This online course from the Faculty of Health is a prime example of successful co-design between a learning design team and academics.
Amara Atif explains how she uses Learning Analytics in Canvas to understand her students’ learning behaviours and enhance the quality of their learning experience.
When face-to-face SES placements were hit by COVID-19 restrictions, we flexed some creative muscle to move to an online Telepractice Clinic model.
The screen fatigue struggle is real – but online learning doesn't mean always sitting in front a of a computer.
Agency is an ability to act, influence situations, ask questions and take initiative – mediated by others, it can create dynamic, participatory togetherness.
Staying present, engaged and positive in the face of climate change: a toolkit of emerging ideas and resources
Are you concerned about the psychological impact of environmental issues on your students? Address climate anxiety and take positive action with this new toolkit.
Escape your shared space or messy bedroom, and book in a new quiet room on campus for your Zoom sessions.