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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


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

Interim Vice-Chancellor


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

Closing Remarks


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


Belinda Tynan


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

Helen Beetham


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


Travis Cox, David Wilson


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

Cally Guerin


Digital futures in research supervision: The DoctoralWriting blog

Daniel Gutschmidt


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

Anne Hewitt


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

Hayley McGrice


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

Karina Riggs


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

Matthew Stubbs


Flipping and Inquiring in Public Law

Jessica Viven-Wilksch


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


Judith Bailey


Digital capabilities for researchers in the 21st century

Martin Basic


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

Angela Di Sotto-Hames


Working with blended learners in maths

Geraint Draheim


The Canvas Community: Getting the best out of Canvas

Mark Dodd


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

Philip Elms


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

Bernard Evans


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

Pedro Ribeiro Santiago


Meditation on the screen? The history of teaching mindfulness online

Viythia Katharesan


Use of annotated and interactive videos to teach histology

Joy McEntee


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

Alison Ogilvie


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

Ainsley Painter


Towards digitally savvy higher degree researchers

Dayle Soong


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

John Tibby


Improving student writing with the software Grammarly


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