Month: March 2020

COVID-19 Use of Zoom for online delivery

Zoom is our preferred web conferencing platform - all staff have an enterprise account that will enable you to have sessions of unlimited duration and up to 300 participants.

Webinar – Making the rapid transition to online learning

Join Matt Bower for this one hour webinar, where he will provide a jumpstart overview of how to map your existing teaching approach into online mode.

/ 19 March, 2020

COVID-19 Online Learning and Teaching Guide

Macquarie University is committed to supporting students and staff during the recent outbreak of COVID-19. This guide outlines steps to get up and running with online delivery. For the latest COVID-19 updates for Learning and Teaching, check our Staff L&T...

COVID-19 Communication and Support for students

It is recommended that you regularly communicate with your students to support their online experience.

COVID-19 Use of ECHO360 / Universal Capture for online delivery

The suggested solution for large class lectures is to record these via Echo360 for staff on campus or Universal Capture if teaching staff are off campus.

/ 19 March, 2020
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Dr Rimante Ronto: Twitter as a learning resource for higher education

Twitter has real-world relevance as it is a common platform in health promotion campaigns and would enable reflective practice through its micro-blogging affordances.

/ 9 March, 2020
Kira Westaway

The Reality of Learning: VR Experiences

Virtual-reality is now a key tool in higher-education. Hear Associate Professor Kira Westaway share the amazing benefits and real-life experiences that virtual reality can offer students.

/ 6 March, 2020

Contemporary approaches to University Teaching MOOC now open

MOOC on Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching now open for enrolment

/ 5 March, 2020
Cath Dean - Educating for success 2020

The Macquarie MD Assessment Portfolio

Educating for success means offering students the opportunity to track their learning and development. Hear Professor Catherine Dean from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences speak on how the Macquarie Assessment Portfolio (MAP) is allowing our doctors of the...

/ 5 March, 2020