• Tuesday, 9 June 2020
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Zoom – further details provided upon registration

Come along and hear from panellists who have managed to rapidly reinvent oral formative and summative assessments, exams and learning activities for the online environment. In this webinar, discover how an OSCE (a real-time live exam where students demonstrate competence under simulated conditions) has been modified to be facilitated utilising Zoom and breakout rooms, in a remote environment.


Gail Forrest is the Director of Postgraduate Nursing Studies in the UTS Faculty of Health. She is a lecturer in Nursing at UTS School of Nursing Midwifery and the Director of Advanced Life support at the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC)

Mais Fatayer is a Learning Design and Technology Specialist in the Institute for Interactive Media and Learning (IML)


Dimity Wehr is a senior HEA fellow and curriculum developer in the IML. She has been engaged with the LX transformation project and as a part of the Learning and Teaching Team is helping to design and develop materials for the remote learning environment.

Leslie McInnes is a senior educational designer in IML with an ongoing involvement in the implementation of online and blended learning strategies. She also has a particular interest in ePortfolios and their role in providing authentic assessment opportunities.

View ‘Exploring alternatives to face to face presentations Part 3’ recording on YouTube

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