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From consultation to collaboration: situating co-design in practice

By Bridget Malcolm,

Bridget Malcolm and Lindsay Asquith (DAB) look at how we can situate co-design among the many types of design in practice.

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Get in the Loop with a new group-work tool

By Alexander White,

Collaborate at breakneck speed within an MS Teams chat with the new Loop component.

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Promoting collaboration, interaction and engagement in the Architecture Design Studio

By Jessica Freeman,

Jessica Freeman implements three simple strategies that support students to feel safe and confident to engage in class.

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What does co-design really mean?

By Lucy Blakemore,

Designer and design educator KA McKercher explored how we think about 'co-design' in a recent Learning Design Meet-up.

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Moving on up: experiences and advice from 3 learning design graduates

By Anna Stack,

Anisha, Jess and Alanna tell us what insights they are taking to their current workplace and offer advice for future learning design graduates.

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5 reasons to use Microsoft Whiteboard for collaboration

By Phillip Tang,

Microsoft Whiteboard provides a digital space to visualise, share and brainstorm as part of a collaborative class.

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Better together: Mentoring and peer-to-peer learning in the move to new technologies

By Sylvia Singh,

Reflections on how FEIT and Law used shared learning and collaboration to move ahead with the challenges of LX Transformation and remote teaching.

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Teaming up online

By LX Team,

An approach to teaching online that emphasises and encourages peer networking.

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Two months in – the pivot to remote tutorials

By Katherine Newton,

Katherine Newton reflects on helping students with the loss of face-to-face learning and ensuring collaboration and connection in an online environment.

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Inside the collaborative classroom: Are you entitled to your opinion?

By Jo McKenzie,

In the first of a series of four posts on collaborative classrooms, Jo McKenzie discovers what the facilitators of the Festival of Learning Design learned about running sessions in these exciting spaces.

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