MyUni Good Practice
These resources offer practical advice and strategies on how to use MyUni to engage students, support their learning and provide a blended experience of their course in the online and face to face environments.
Good Practice resources
Achievements this resource explains the need to explain to students that any use of the Achievements tool does not in any way replace or supplant the formal, summative assessment in University of Adelaide courses.
Blended Learning Activity Planner is a resource that can assist you in planning face-to-face and online activities across a course.
Course Structure and Menu provides recommended practices for the structure and organisation of your MyUni course to make navigation easy and consistent for students.
Interactive Online Content provides a template for designing and storyboarding interactive online content.
Managing Large Classes outlines practical ways to utilise MyUni for large classes.
Retention Centre shows to customise and use the MyUni Retention Centre to identify students who may be at risk of failing or dropping out of your course.
The Guidelines for Minimum Use of MyUni specify minimum use of MyUni (the University’s learning management system) in all taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses across the University.
The Guidelines for Online Assessment provide instructors with information about the capabilities of the MyUni system, guides to assessing the risks associated with assessment tool settings, and provides advice on contingency planning for ‘when things go wrong’. Case Studies in Online Assessment are also available.
There are many pedagogical frameworks that can be used to guide the development of online learning and we have selected a few to guide our work.