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Presentations 2017

Video presentations from the keynote presenters and speakers at the Festival of Learning and Teaching 2017.

Opening & Closing Remarks

Welcoming Address

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Welcome and Opening Remarks by Professor Philippa Levy, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning).

Interim Vice-Chancellor

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Interim Vice-Chancellor's Address by Professor Mike Brooks, Interim Vice-Chancellor and President

Closing Remarks

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Closing Remarks by Professor Pascale Quester, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic)

Keynotes

Belinda Tynan

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Leading Digital Transformation for Better Outcomes
Professor Belinda Tynan, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice-President (Education), RMIT University

Helen Beetham

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Rewiring the University: digital anxieties and digital dreams
Helen Beetham, Consultant, JISC (Joint Information’s Systems Committee)

Presentations

Travis Cox, David Wilson

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Evidence Based Decision Making: using Learning Analytics Data to improve insight and actionable effective change

Cally Guerin

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Digital futures in research supervision: The DoctoralWriting blog

Daniel Gutschmidt

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Peer2Peer Co-Creation Revision Resource Tools to engage and support second year Anatomical Science students

Anne Hewitt

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Smart Casual: Using online modules to build teacher confidence and skills

Hayley McGrice

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Flipping Three Ways: Engaging Undergraduates and Academics through Creative Use of Technology in the Flipped Classroom

Karina Riggs

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The use of Learning Analytics to gain feedback to feed-forward in MOOC designs

Matthew Stubbs

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Flipping and Inquiring in Public Law

Jessica Viven-Wilksch

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My Digital Ongoing Journey: Comparing Laws in a Blended Learning Environment

PechaKuchas

Judith Bailey

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Digital capabilities for researchers in the 21st century

Martin Basic

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The Role of Modern Media Consumption Platforms in Student-centred Learning

Angela Di Sotto-Hames

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Working with blended learners in maths

Geraint Draheim

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The Canvas Community: Getting the best out of Canvas

Mark Dodd

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Online Video Content - A Substitute for or a Complement to the Face-to-Face Lecture?

Philip Elms

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Lights, Camera, Action! Using Animations in Learning & Teaching

Bernard Evans

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Using a Self-Directed Memory Tool to Improve and Track Student Performance

Pedro Ribeiro Santiago

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Meditation on the screen? The history of teaching mindfulness online

Viythia Katharesan

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Use of annotated and interactive videos to teach histology

Joy McEntee

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Supporting and developing staff and student engagement with Small Group Discovery Experience (SGDE) via a curated repository of student work in Canvas

Alison Ogilvie

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Breeding, and the Bard: Co-creation of learning experiences on the global scale

Ainsley Painter

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Towards digitally savvy higher degree researchers

Dayle Soong

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A technology mix-tape: Learning to love teaching via video conferencing using a flipped approach and MyUni

John Tibby

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Improving student writing with the software Grammarly

Address

Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor
& Vice-President (Academic)
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

Contact

Office of the DVC&VP(A)
T: +61 8313 5901
F: +61 8313 8333
Email: pvcsl@adelaide.edu.au

Festival of Learning & Teaching