The 2020 Typology of Free Web-based Learning Technologies organises educational technologies by types to help educators select the tools they need to support learning.
In this article, we share some of the creative efforts of three departments and individuals within the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Human Sciences.
A/Prof Verity Pacey: Personalising online communication for students during these extraordinary times
Verity has recently become a ‘power-user’ and advocate of the iLearn ‘Personalised Learning Designer’ (PLD) tool, running a number of training sessions for DHP staff. Verity says, “It is a huge positive in terms of personalising online communication for our...
The basics steps to preparing for learning and teaching online.
In response to feedback from our growing user base a new bulk emailing tool has been added to iLearn Insights. This new tool allows teaching staff to select from a number of filters to target the group they wish to...
Roadtesting a couple of apps from the Adobe Creative Cloud: sharing takeaways and tips after the campus-wide launch.
Professor Ian Johnson teaches human anatomy and neuroscience in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Ian trialled a ’flipped classroom’ approach, putting the important conceptual information online as pre-reading. With the use of images and interactive technology (ALP) during...
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