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ADEPT - Introduction to Teaching at the University of Adelaide

This introductory workshop is designed for those who are new to teaching, or those teachers who are new to the University of Adelaide

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ADEPT - Strategies for Online Learning

Presented over two one-hour sessions this workshop will focus on online learning design and delivery, the process of aligning learning outcomes with online teaching methods and appropriate technology.

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TEQSA & RMIT webinar series: Getting started: best practice for establishing online learning

This series complements the resources for online learning compiled by TEQSA, to provide higher education practitioners with an engaging and practical discussion of how to make online learning work best for your institution, your workforce and your students.

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Adelaide Education Academy - AGM

All Adelaide Education Academy (AEA) members are invited to participate in the 2020 AGM, which will be held via Zoom webinar.

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Cidi Labs Training Session

Hayley McGrice, Eman Rashwan and Kym Schutz from the Active Learning and Assessment Communities of Practice will discuss how get the most out of using Cidi Labs. Cidi Labs' design tools facilitate the design of MyUni pages to improve the interface, enhance the content accessibility, and maintain the instructional design consistency. This tool is available in all MyUni courses.

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TEQSA & RMIT webinar series: Assessment integrity

This series complements the resources for online learning compiled by TEQSA, to provide higher education practitioners with an engaging and practical discussion of how to make online learning work best for your institution, your workforce and your students. 

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TEQSA & RMIT webinar series: Designing curriculum for an online environment

This series complements the resources for online learning compiled by TEQSA, to provide higher education practitioners with an engaging and practical discussion of how to make online learning work best for your institution, your workforce and your students.

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“In This Together” Reconciliation in Action in Schools


AITSL Standard 2.4: Understand and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to promote reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians”. Demonstrate broad knowledge of, understanding of and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and languages. 

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Going online: R(e)imagining teaching and learning. Session 5: Student experience & support

TEQSA, in collaboration with RMIT, invites you to a weekly webinar series discussing all things online learning.

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TEQSA & RMIT webinar series: Lessons learnt and looking to the future

This series complements the resources for online learning compiled by TEQSA, to provide higher education practitioners with an engaging and practical discussion of how to make online learning work best for your institution, your workforce and your students.

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International reflections on lessons learned during the COVIDI9 pandemic

The International Council for Distance and Online Education Quality Network is hosting a series of webinars on "International reflections on lessons learned during the COVIDI9 pandemic" looking specifically at quality assurance in assessment. The first webinar will showcase two speakers and their reflections from the Oceania and Arab regions.

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Student Engagement in Online Learning: What Works and Why

An event which may be of interest to University of Adelaide Staff - Presented by D2L

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FutureLearn's Festival of Learning

Discover how healthcare and business will evolve in a post-COVID world, explore how we can all collaborate to achieve great things in the wake of upheaval, and find out why learning together is now more important than ever.

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Assessment Redesign: Principles

For Semester 2, alternatives to face to face invigilated exams will need to be created to provide students with assessment that enables them to demonstrate both their learning and high standards of academic integrity.

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School of Education Lunchtime Learning: Practical Uses of Learning Analytics

School of Education Lunchtime Learning Event.
This session will cover practical and simple ways to use the Learning Analytics options available to course coordinators and teaching staff directly through MyUni.

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Evaluating Learning and Teaching Effectiveness : ADEPT Workshop

This workshop will provide you with the chance to reflect on your learning and teaching and design approaches to evaluating their effectiveness, preparing data that can be used for teaching portfolios, awards and promotion applications. 

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Inquiry-based Learning : ADEPT Workshop 1 of 2

These two, 1.5 hour workshops will showcase Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) as an effective framework to motivate students and enhance learning outcomes.

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Internationalising the Curriculum

As institutional members, University of Adelaide Staff are able to access this online event for free (presented by AdvanceHE)

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Inquiry-based Learning : ADEPT Workshop 2 of 2

These two, one hour workshops will showcase Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) as an effective framework to motivate students and enhance learning outcomes.

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Festival of Learning and Teaching 2020

At the beginning of 2020, our community of students and educators little imagined we soon would be moving our University education rapidly and fully online for the first half of the year. And yet, that is what happened, with our educators, and our professional staff who support learning and teaching, embracing the challenge with extraordinary creativity  and commitment.

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Library Bites for Teaching webinar series: Power up your Course Readings

Welcome to our new online webinar series for teaching staff. This series aims to demonstrate exactly how our services can assist with teaching across the University. This session will give you an introduction to Course Readings, and show you how to use tags in your reading list to communicate with the Course Readings team and your students.

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Sharing Undergraduate Transdisciplinary Curriculum & Projects

GLADE Zoom Days

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Maintaining Engagement: Teaching in Semester 2

In semester 1, educators rose to the challenge of teaching in the online space. There were many lessons learnt about teaching approaches that enabled student engagement and learning. This session is for those educators who did not experience remote teaching in semester 1 or for those aiming to improve the student experience of remote or blended learning.

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2020 Festival of Learning and Teaching

At the beginning of 2020, our community of students and educators little imagined we soon would be moving our University education rapidly and fully online for the first half of the year. And yet, that is what happened, with our educators, and our professional staff who support learning and teaching, embracing the challenge with extraordinary creativity  and commitment.

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The Leader’s Challenge: Dilemmas in Strategic Decision Making

Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching. 

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Library Bites for Teaching webinar series: Wikipedia is (not) the enemy

Welcome to our new online webinar series for teaching staff. This series aims to demonstrate exactly how our services can assist with teaching across the University. Can Wikipedia ever be considered a reliable source? This session will cover some pros, cons, and alternatives for your students.

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Learn about the New Academic Integrity policy

In these information sessions learn about the new Academic Integrity policy, including how course coordinators and others can work effectively with the new Academic Integrity Officers in each school to support academic integrity investigations.

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Learning and Teaching Quality Post Covid-19

Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching.

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Practical Framework for Flexible Learning

As institutional members, University of Adelaide Staff are able to access this online event for free (presented by AdvanceHE)

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Learn about the new Academic Integrity policy

In these information sessions learn about the new Academic Integrity policy, including how course coordinators and others can work effectively with the new Academic Integrity Officers in each school to support academic integrity investigations.

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Learn about the new Academic Integrity policy

In these information sessions learn about the new Academic Integrity policy, including how course coordinators and others can work effectively with the new Academic Integrity Officers in each school to support academic integrity investigations.

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Transforming Assessment webinar

Adapting to COVID19 by ignoring proctoring: catalysing alignment of online teaching, learning and assessment

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Introduction to University Teaching: ADEPT Workshop

This introductory zoom workshop is designed for those who are new to teaching, or those teachers who are new to the University of Adelaide. The focus of this workshop is centred around student-centred learning environments, active learning, feedback, assessment and interactive presentation strategies (for small and large classes). It will also enable you to begin the development of your teaching philosophy through reflective practice. It will also serve as an introduction to the University of Adelaide's learning and teaching initiatives and more importantly give you some new ideas and skills to use in your classes to effectively engage your students.

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Learn about the new Academic Integrity policy

In these information sessions learn about the new Academic Integrity policy, including how course coordinators and others can work effectively with the new Academic Integrity Officers in each school to support academic integrity investigations.

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Assessment for Learning: ADEPT Workshop

Assessment is a powerful tool for student learning. In this zoom ADEPT module you will engage with evidence-based, good practice principles for effective and efficient assessment design and apply them to your teaching context. You will identify how assessments can be aligned with the Universal Design for Learning Principles to ensure inclusive learning experiences for a diverse student cohort. You will design scaffolded assessments that provide the formative feedback needed for student success.

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Information session for Nominated Staff - Stephen Cole the Elder Awards for Excellence

Staff who have received a nomination are encouraged to attend the 1 hour information session, as it will assist them in assessing their readiness to write a submission by the 2020 deadline (Monday 12 October).

The workshop will be held on zoom and will be recorded for those who are unable to attend however, attendance is strongly recommended as you will have an opportunity to ask questions and speak with other applicants and previous recipients.

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Achieving Sustainable Academic Quality and Compliance Outcomes in the face of Covid-19

Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching. 

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Webinar: Sharing is caring? Exploring academic integrity and file-sharing behaviours

This online event is part of the Academic Integrity Webinar Series, offered through the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary. The series is convened by Dr. Sarah Elaine Eaton, Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity.

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But I Didn’t Sign Up For Online

This interactive online workshop will look at online WIL options followed by an opportunity to discuss further in breakout groups led by the speakers.

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‘On Your Marks’: Vignette Presentations on Learner-Focused Feedback Practices and Feedback Literacy

To coincide with the publication of Advance HE’s new publication, entitled On Your Marks: Learned-focused Feedback Practices and Feedback Literacy, a webinar is offered to institutional members featuring vignette presentations from a number of the contributors to the publication.

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Safeguarding the Interim

Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching. 

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Building the Digital Humanities Lab

Around the world Digital Humanities Labs have helped connect researchers with digital collections, provided training in new research techniques, and stimulated cross-disciplinary collaboration. In 2020 the University Library has stepped up support for digital humanities, and is working towards the establishment of a Lab as part of that. We want your input as we build a program of activities and consider options for future facilities, so we can make sure this initiative is supporting your research and teaching, and helping us stretch our ambitions for the future.

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Evidence-based strategies to keep your learners motivated and engaged while studying online

Join us to discover how learners are responding to the current environment of remote and online learning. During this session we will share insights and strategies you can apply to and design for, and facilitate, a successful learning and teaching experience.

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Preparing students for success in online assessment: ADEPT Workshop

In this session we will consider what techniques you can start using now to prepare students for success in online assessments. We will look at a sample MyUni exam course with different question types and share various approaches to ensuring students know how to prepare for assessments such as online, open-resource exams. You will be able to discuss ways to foster academic integrity and wellbeing with colleagues.

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Teaching Specialist positions: creating elite teachers or an academic under-class in Australia’s research-intensive Universities

Teaching-specialist positions, with workloads between 60% - 100% of teaching and teaching-related duties, have become increasingly prevalent in the Australian academic workforce in the 21st century. These positions represented a worldwide trend towards the “fragmentation”, “unbundling”, “segmentation” and “specialisation” of academic work. This webinar presents research that used narrative and thematic history approaches based on publicly available documentary resources to examine the commitment to teaching quality in Australia’s publicly funded research-intensive universities (Go8). Critical analysis focused on globalisation, neoliberalism, New Public Management, and Australian Government higher education policy. Go8 universities claimed that they offered opportunities for scholarship and leadership, which suggested that they were of equal value and reward to teaching-research roles. This research sought to assess why Go8 universities adopted teaching specialist positions and whether they delivered the benefits that were claimed.

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Preparing for the future

Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching. 

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Discover the Gale Digital Scholar Lab - Workshop 1

Please join us for an introduction to the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, an online environment where you can use digital tools to explore and analyse content from the Gale archives and databases. Pairing the Lab’s computational analysis tools with high-quality content from GALE Primary Sources allows researchers to identify previously undiscovered data, test theories and provide solutions to issues and challenges. Recent updates to the Gale Lab make it possible for users to upload their own content and analyse this using the tools in the Lab, or cross analyse with data from Gale’s Primary Source Archives

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Discover the Gale Digital Scholar Lab - Workshop 2

Please join us for an introduction to the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, an online environment where you can use digital tools to explore and analyse content from the Gale archives and databases. Pairing the Lab’s computational analysis tools with high-quality content from GALE Primary Sources allows researchers to identify previously undiscovered data, test theories and provide solutions to issues and challenges. Recent updates to the Gale Lab make it possible for users to upload their own content and analyse this using the tools in the Lab, or cross analyse with data from Gale’s Primary Source Archives

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Online Exams Webinar - Your MyUni Options

This webinar will introduce you to “what” options you have available when deciding how to deliver your exams using MyUni.

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Online Exams Webinar - Your MyUni Options

This webinar will introduce you to “what” options you have available when deciding how to deliver your exams using MyUni.

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ADEPT Designing Engaging Learning Environments - Day 1

The Designing Engaging Learning Environments module aims to highlight aspects of learner diversity to educators and professionals that support teaching by providing information on how to design engaging learning environments, both face to face and online. We will be discussing how you can apply inclusive practices to facilitate academic success among diverse cohorts and design approaches to modify teaching to engage students with diverse learning needs. A proportion of the workshop will also be dedicated to being responsive to our current teaching context therefore exploring the impact of technology-enabled learning experiences and how you can use online design elements to facilitate effective learning experiences online. 

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ADEPT Designing Engaging Learning Environments - Day 2

The Designing Engaging Learning Environments module aims to highlight aspects of learner diversity to educators and professionals that support teaching by providing information on how to design engaging learning environments, both face to face and online. We will be discussing how you can apply inclusive practices to facilitate academic success among diverse cohorts and design approaches to modify teaching to engage students with diverse learning needs. A proportion of the workshop will also be dedicated to being responsive to our current teaching context therefore exploring the impact of technology-enabled learning experiences and how you can use online design elements to facilitate effective learning experiences online. 

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Developing Sustainable Resilience in Higher Education

Over the course of the 2020-21 member benefits year, our Connect Benefit Series will address current HE themes via a range of outputs including webinars, Twitter chats, publications and blogs.

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ASU+GSV Virtual Summit 2020

Imagine a new era in which all people have equal access to the future

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Quizzes: Deep Dive

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Assignments: Deep Dive

This webinar will show you how to use Myuni assignments for online exams. You will explore multiple options of online submissions.

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Hand Written Assignments: Deep Dive

This webinar will explore the options available if you want to use handwritten submissions in online exam assignment.

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Quizzes: Deep Dive

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Assignments: Deep Dive

This webinar will show you how to use Myuni assignments for online exams. You will explore multiple options of online submissions.

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Hand Written Assignments: Deep Dive

This webinar will explore the options available if you want to use handwritten submissions in online exam assignment.

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Using Mobius for Online STEM Assessment

Mobius Assessment is an online testing tool specifically designed for mathematics-based courses and STEM more broadly.

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Quizzes: Deep Dive

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Online Exams Webinar - MyUni Assignments: Deep Dive

This webinar will show you how to use Myuni assignments for online exams. You will explore multiple options of online submissions.

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Academic Integrity Toolkit - TEQSA webinar

The Academic Integrity Project Team is holding a final webinar for interested providers to talk them through TEQSA's new Academic Integrity Toolkit.

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Academic Integrity Awareness Week 19-23 October

Academic integrity is everyone’s responsibility
To ensure student success in the upcoming online exams and assessments it is vital that all students are aware of the Academic Integrity Policy and expectations about appropriate (and inappropriate) behaviours, especially in online exams.
A series of activities will be held over this week to promote the importance of this issue, in addition to a suite of resources to assist both students and staff.

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CRADLE Conference - Day 1

To mark the fifth anniversary, Deakin University’s Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) is hosting a higher education research conference.The conference aims to provide a focused forum for higher education research as a discipline. Cutting-edge conversations will centre around rigorous, high-quality conceptual and theoretical contributions exploring the future of higher education research in a postdigital age.

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CRADLE Conference - Day 2

To mark the fifth anniversary, Deakin University’s Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) is hosting a higher education research conference.The conference aims to provide a focused forum for higher education research as a discipline. Cutting-edge conversations will centre around rigorous, high-quality conceptual and theoretical contributions exploring the future of higher education research in a postdigital age.

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ACEN WIL Virtual Summit 2020 - Day 1

The ACEN WIL Virtual Summit is a 2 day online event open to ACEN Members (free) and Non-Members. Explore the Summit theme “Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL” through showcases, refereed paper presentations and interactive roundtables. There will also be online opportunities to socialise and network with colleagues from across the country and beyond.

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ACEN WIL Virtual Summit 2020 - Day 2

The ACEN WIL Virtual Summit is a 2 day online event open to ACEN Members (free) and Non-Members. Explore the Summit theme “Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL” through showcases, refereed paper presentations and interactive roundtables. There will also be online opportunities to socialise and network with colleagues from across the country and beyond.

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ADEPT – Check for Integrity session

This session will assist staff with looking for the signs and signals of cheating in online exams and highlight the steps required to initiate a suspected academic misconduct investigation.

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ACEN Webinar Series 1: Purposes and approaches to post-practicum interventions

This webinar will focus on the purposes of post-practicum interventions and approaches to enacting them. The presentation will draw upon studies from both phases of the grant and a survey of healthcare students about the purposes for post-practicum interventions and preferences for how they are enacted. The student’s perspectives will be presented along with purposes and approaches adopted in the individual projects.

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ACEN Webinar Series 2: Models and processes of post-practicum interventions

This webinar draws upon the projects across the two phases of the grant to suggest ways in which post-practicum interventions can be developed and enacted. Specifically, it will focus on the models of post-practicum interventions trialed in these projects and how specific teaching and learning strategies were used to augment those experiences to promote employability. The presentation of models and processes will offer participants some bases to consider what may work in their area of teaching.

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ACEN Webinar Series 3: Engaging time-jealous students

Across the many projects within the two phases of this grant, the issue of student engagement, particularly focused and effortful participation became an enduring concern. It seems that contemporary students are not time poor (i.e. without time), but are, instead time jealous (i.e. needing to use their time effectively because of overlapping and competing priorities). As with learning, how students come to engage in, integrate and reconcile experiences provided by both university programs and workplaces, is central to the quality and extent of the outcomes of these experiences. Superficial or reluctant participation will lead to weak educational outcomes. Consequently, it is necessary to identify how best students can come to engage in these kinds of experiences in focused and effortful ways and, through though that, optimise the learning potential of these experiences.

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ADEPT - Evaluating Learning & Teaching Effectiveness Workshop

This module introduces the use of Learning Analytics for evaluating the student experience and a reflective approach to improving practice.  You will engage with colleagues in a peer feedback process for evaluating teaching effectiveness. In addition to improving student experience and learning outcomes the data can be included in teaching portfolios, awards, and promotion applications. The module comprises of two synchronous zoom sessions and learning activities before and after sessions in MyUni.

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2020 Teaching Award Ceremony - webinar

Join us as we celebrate the 2020 recipients of the Stephen Cole the Elder Awards for Excellence and the Special Commendations - COVID 19 Emergency Teaching Response.

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TEQSA Quality Assurance Webinar Series - Session One: Scholarship

The Quality Assurance Webinar Series is a new TEQSA initiative to share higher education quality assurance and regulatory information with TEQSA Experts and quality managers within providers, industry and professional accrediting bodies.

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AC21 Online International Forum

The international network ‘AC21’ is hosting its Online International Forum over two days on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th December 2020. The Forum will be organised and hosted by Kasetsart University in Thailand.

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ADEPT – Flexible modes of delivery: The Evolution of the Lecture (Workshop)

This ADEPT module will provide course coordinators and educators with an understanding of the educational theory behind student engagement in an online environment and the tools to successfully convert lecture content from f2f to online delivery making effective use of video in a way that is appropriate to your discipline. You will develop an increased awareness of the techniques available for improving student engagement with video content and increased confidence in delivering online synchronous and asynchronous lectures.  As part of the Emerging Leaders pathway, this module assumes that participants are familiar with the higher education sector and have at least a basic knowledge of foundational learning and teaching related theories and concepts. It is recommended that you have already completed the ADEPT Developing Educators pathway modules Introduction to University Teaching and Designing Engaging Learning Environments.

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