Beverley Miles

All posts by Beverley Miles

Beverley is a Senior Learning Designer in the Academy of Continuing Professional Development in Education, Faculty of Arts. She is the founder of the Macquarie Undergraduate Research Internship (MURI), co-director of the Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program (Tele's Angels), and member of the Archaeology of Death and Burial TV team led by A/Prof Ronika Power – bringing digital multimodal text types to assessment with Adobe Education.

2020 MURI Intern Joanna Cai with her research sponsors & mentors

Student Partnership: Celebrating 10 years of the Macquarie Undergraduate Research Internship (MURI)

Joanna Cai, a second-year Bachelor of Media and Marketing student, shares her 2020 internship experience in the 10th cohort of the MURI program.

/ 2 November, 2020
MURI intern, Alora Cantwell

Research-enriched learning at MQ: Celebrating 10 years of the Macquarie Undergraduate Research Internship (MURI)

Alora Cantwell, a third-year biology student completing a Bachelor of Science, shares her 2020 internship experience in the 10th cohort of the Macquarie Undergraduate Research Internship (MURI).

/ 25 October, 2020
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Learner-Generated Digital Media: Fostering Prosumers In The Post-Truth World

A sneak peak into the Archaeology of Death & Burial (ADB-TV) Project team's exploration of three arguments advocating for bringing digital media into curriculum, assessment and learning activities – inspired and funded by the Professional Digital Competencies project.

/ 25 May, 2018
Toys

Unleashing the pedagogical power of object-based learning

Join forces with the MQ Object-based Learning Pilot project team and use museum collections to support students 'leaping lightly over knowledge hurdles' in your teaching unit

/ 17 May, 2018

Massively Adaptive Complex Realistic Online Simulations with Interactive Mentoring (MACROSIMS)

Using role play create a virtual internship to develop professional identity and thinking

/ 4 May, 2018

From study to work: preparing students for the future

EmployABILITY thinking engages students in their cognitive and social development as capable and informed individuals, professionals and social citizens.

/ 19 April, 2018

Rethinking assessment: learner-generated digital media

Ideas on how students-as-partners can participate in assessment practice.

/ 21 March, 2018
Apples lined in a row

Flip the switch: Enable auto-class group sync in iTeach

Creating and applying groups/groupings in iLearn just got a whole lot easier

/ 15 February, 2018