Category: Learning Technologies

Tips and how to get the best out of your learning technologies.

student in Active Learning Space

A student-centred look at Active Learning Spaces

Active Learning Spaces (C5A 430, C5A 435, W2.4A 2.300and E7B 163at Macquarie) are student-centered classrooms, designed to facilitate and promote student participation and engagement.  At Macquarie the spaces contain large, group-sized desks, each equipped with AV (moveable monitors and keyboard per table), which can...

/ 2 November, 2017

Designing Classroom Interaction with Digital Technology

Although student participation and engagement doesn't necessarily equal learning, we know that active learning strategies promote learning.

/ 12 September, 2017
photo of e-exams in class

Macquarie University runs first trial Of BYOD E-Exams

Macquarie University recently ran its first trial of BYOD e-Exams. How did it go?

/ 20 July, 2017
Photo by Mike Catabay for Learning Innovation Hub

Flying High – How to Drone in the Classroom

"For the Earth and Planetary students, the game is changing for these guys", says Associate professor Craig O’Neill.

/ 21 September, 2016