Blog: The Learning Cog
Dr Melissa Humphries is Lecturer from the School of Mathematical Sciences and also a Course Instructor in the new MathTrackX XSeries Program.
Case Study: Learning what is on the inside, from the outside – bringing laboratory practicals online
A collaborative project between Learning Enhancement and Innovation and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
During times of remote learning, the ability to assess student engagement with course content has become increasingly important.
The Learning Enhancement and Innovation unit is comprised of several teams that work across different aspects of learning and teaching.
We have put together a collection of resources to help support students, especially during assessment periods. Some of these resources including essay writing tools, new open education resources from the library and general support services.
A collaborative project between Learning Enhancement and Innovation and Adelaide Medical Simulation.
The significant changes that have occurred over the past month have impacted on us, both collectively and individually.
SPLAT is an online tool used by students to assess the contributions of individual members of their team, as well as themselves.
To find out more about the role of Course Ambassadors, we spoke to 2nd year student and HMS Course Ambassador, Olivia Pineau. She outlines exactly how the role works and how teaching staff can benefit from engaging with a Course Ambassador.
Did you know that what you eat, and where it comes from, can really make a difference? Whether you choose to believe it or not, what you eat and where it comes from has a huge impact on your health, your community, the economy and the environment.