Category: DVCA

Practical Tips for TEDS Surveys in the online teaching environment

If you haven’t decided yet about whether or not to order a TEDS survey this semester, check out the post on TEDS in Turbulent Times Before we go on to tips about surveying successfully, it’s important to remind you that...

/ 8 April, 2020

TEDS in Turbulent Times – What should we do?

Here are some reasons to seek students’ feedback, even (or especially) at this challenging time.

/ 8 April, 2020
Macquarie University Library

Closure of the Library Building – an update on library services

You will have seen the VC’s announcement on Wednesday the 25th of March that in line with government advice the University library building is closed until further notice. We are continuing to offer online services to MQ staff and students,...

/ 26 March, 2020

COVID-19 5 things you can do right now to prepare your iLearn unit for online delivery

Unsure where to start in this evolving teaching environment? This article describes how to do 5 things you can start implementing right now.

/ 20 March, 2020

COVID-19 Staff contacts for support

Contact for Learning and Teaching help and support The central Learning Innovation Hub (LIH) systems support team and learning design team are available via the contact options shown below. Any requests that come via either of these options will either...

COVID-19 Audio and Video content for online delivery

The creation of multimedia content as part of your online delivery will help students engage with your content. It is easier than ever to produce Audio and Video content to enhance your online teaching. Record a video outlining the changes...

COVID-19 Use of discussion forums for online delivery

A forum is an online discussion tool that can be used to promote critical reflection on the issues being studied, and to share ideas amongst fellow students. It provides students an opportunity to actively and consistently engage with others and the course...

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.

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...