Category: Arts

From the Faculty of Arts.

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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
Students in archaeology field work lab

The Cultural Heritage Impact: How PACE Unit AHIS392 Is Shaping Better Graduates

Former PACE students provide long term reflections on their PACE experience. As these students go from strength to strength, we see how their PACE experience served as an important first step on their career journeys.

/ 24 May, 2018
Photo by Mike Catabay for Learning Innovation Hub

Students Get A Dose Of Reality:
LIH Media Internship 2018 Roundup

The internship program enabled the students to become co-creators of learning resources that directly impact student learning.

/ 12 April, 2018
Photo by Mike Catabay for FMHS

WTF is TBL?

What the Flipped is Team Based Learning? TBL is an active teaching and learning method which puts its own spin on the 'flipped classroom' approach.

/ 12 April, 2018
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Icebreakers – Get The Party Started

Consider introducing an Icebreaker into your iLearn unit, Lecture or Tutorial to facilitate socialisation in your cohort.

/ 7 February, 2018

VoiceThread: Create Engaging Multimodal Learning Activities

Discussion forums, quizzes, and presentations are about to change.

/ 6 February, 2018
Hamburg by Chris Froissard

eLearning in Germany Through The Eyes Of A Macquarie University Learning Designer (Part 2)

I recently went on a staff exchange to Germany at Potsdam and Hamburg Universities via the Macquarie International 2017 Staff Exchange program.

/ 7 December, 2017
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Gaigest – November 2017

A monthly Arts digest from Faculty of Arts Learning Designer Gai Ramesh

/ 22 November, 2017
Dr Alex Woods. Photo by Mike Catabay for Learning Innovation Hub

A Day in the Life:
Dr Alex Woods, Lecturer in Egyptology, Department of Ancient History

I start the day with a good breakfast and strong coffee – I know I am at my best and most productive in the mornings while my mind is clear and fresh.

/ 21 November, 2017