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To celebrate the release of this new book, Revivalistics: From the Genesis of Israeli to Language Reclamation in Australia and Beyond, we spoke to Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann about what inspired his love for revivalistics, how the events of 2020 will impact language revival and what needs to be done to stop languages from becoming extinct.
Establishing best practice on the use of recorded lectures: a Q&A with Associate Professor Dimitra Lekkas
Associate Professor Dimitra Lekkas shares findings from her 2019 Learning Enhancement & Innovation Grant: “Does attendance at live lectures and use of recordings matter to student learning?”
The University of Adelaide’s open digital learning initiative, AdelaideX has been providing access to free online education pathways for learners worldwide since 2015.
Students’ early online activity and assessment grades produce valuable data points that help us to predict which students are at risk of failing and potentially attriting from the University.
The Learning Analytics team have developed Assessment Mapping insights that visually show planned assessments and can assist with planning and scheduling assessments to avoid clashes.
The University of Adelaide’s latest online offering is a Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security.
Following up on their presentation at the Festival of Learning and Teaching (FoLT), Natalia and John share some insights into what they have learned teaching during the pandemic and how this will influence their teaching going forward.
Students with experience of Group Learning are likely to find themselves better equipped for whatever path they choose after graduation.
The Learning Enhancement and Innovation Grant scheme is designed to support small-scale pilots and initiatives, fostering investigation and dissemination of best practice approaches in learning and teaching.