22 May, 2018
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

14 Sir Christopher Ondaatje Ave (14SCO), 163 Active Learning Space

A systematic approach to design, implementation and evaluation

Digital media assignments are being used increasingly as creative and authentic assessments. How effective are they, what are students learning, and how can educators design and support them? Jorge Reyna has co-created a practical framework* for using digital media in assessment, and is researching its implementation in a university science program.

Join the conversation with our ex-MQ colleague and amigo.
* The LGDM Framework received a 2017 UTS Learning and Teaching Citation.

12.30 – 1.15pm: The Learner-Generated Digital Media (LGDM) Framework
An outline and discussion of the LGDM framework, covering digital media literacies, media types for L&T, principles of digital media production, and implementation and evaluation frameworks. For lecturers/convenors, learning designers.

1.15 – 2.00pm: Exploring Self-Regulation in LGDM Assignments in First, Second and Third Year Science Students
Methodological approach to researching the implementation of LGDM, with initial findings. For educational researchers, science educators.

Presenter: Jorge Reyna is a Lecturer in Higher Education & Learning Design at UTS, Faculty of Science, with a long history in both digital media and tertiary education.
Biography and Publications


Posted by Natalie Spence

Senior Learning Designer in the Faculty of Science and Engineering