Ms Cecily Wright

Ms Cecily Wright
 Position Learning Designer
 Org Unit Learning Enhancement and Innovation
 Telephone +61 8 8313 9992
 Location Floor/Room 6 61 ,  Kenneth Wills ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Cecily Wright is an experienced educator with a background in teaching. Since 2008 she has worked to develop and deliver educational programs across all sectors using information and communication technologies to maximize learning. She collaborates with educators to identify learning needs and design and implement educational programs and online learning. Cecily has also delivered face to face and online training and support to meet the needs of diverse educational audiences.

    Cecily joined the University of Adelaide in 2016 as an eLearning Advisor working on the MyUni Transform Project. She transitioned into the role of Learning Designer facilitating course design workshops as part of Program Enhancement Partenrships. In recent times she has designed student internship resources and developed numerous online courses including the Introduction to MyUni Course, the Learning Analytics course and the Remote Teaching course to support the University transition to online during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

    Cecily is currently a Learning Designer responsible for designing and developing online short courses and micro-credentials for the Continuing and Professional Education team.


  • Qualifications

    Diploma of Teaching

    Bachelor of Education

    Graduate Cerificate of TESOL

  • Publications

    Litinas, A., Palaktsoglou, M., Shialis, M., Tsianikas, M., & Wright, C. (2018). Accepting the blogging challenge: Modern Greek Language Teaching at Tertiary Level.

    Wright, C., Litinas, A., Palaktsoglou, M., & Tsianikas, M. (2015). Modern Greek at tertiary level: Applying innovative methods of effective assessment and delivery online. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), 251-274.

    Wright, C., Litinas, A., Palaktsoglou, M., & Tsianikas, M. (2013). Planning for authentic language assessment in higher education synchronous online environments. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand), (Special Issue), 246-258.

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Entry last updated: Friday, 10 Jul 2020

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