e-Learning Community of Practice
A community for staff interested in the development of digital learning resources, and pedagogies, the transition of courses from face-to-face to online delivery, MOOCs, and/or evaluation of the impact of e-learning strategies on student learning.
Technology is increasingly being used to facilitate active learning and collaboration, to better engage and support students via richer learning experiences and to better accommodate the needs and expectations of students from different cultural backgrounds, with different learning styles, across different study contexts.
The Beacon of Enlightenment outlines the University of Adelaide's commitment to 'providing flexible learning and e-learning to meet new student needs', so that 'learning will be better supported by digital learning resources' and 'high quality content can be effectively delivered online with demonstrable pedagogical integrity'.
The e-Learning CoP will provide opportunities: to network with colleagues from across the University; to share approaches/experience in developing online content; and learning designs; to showcase examples of online content; to evaluate e-learning ideas, strategies and/or software; and to learn from leaders in the field.
Professional and academic staff are invited to join the e-Learning CoP.
Monthly meetings will be held in the Learning Innovations Studio. Dates and times to be advised.
Please email Kerry Wilkinson briefly indicating your motivations for joining and what you hope to achieve/contribute.
Members of eLearning CoP
Ashleigh Ward, Cecily Wright, Edward Palmer, Imogen McNamara, Jane Harford, Janette Carter, Judith Bailey, Katrina Plastow, Katy Mcdevitt, Kerry Wilkinson, Kim Hynes, Mario Ricci, Mark Dodd, Melissa de Zwart, Mignon Watson, Paul Grbin, Paul McLiesh, Rebecca Vivian, Robert Reid and Thushari Atapattu