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Moving to Education 3.0

As the commencement of Semester 1 quickly approaches many of us are beginning to prepare for the new influx of eager students who are hungry to learn and achieve within the University environment. Many of the 2019 first year students who will be joining us this year are true millennials in every sense of the […]

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Using Instructional videos to support your students

“instructional videos are very unlikely to be harmful to a student’s learning and may have other benefits that the study has been unable to quantify such as flexibility and independence of learning (any time or place with an internet connection), the ability to be repeated instantly and the consistency of delivery that could aid the […]

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Using Interactives to engage students in your course

At times in the depths of course content delivery students can feel like they’re drowning in an ocean of information overload. So how do we throw a lifeline to these students? One way might be to include consolidation interactives into your course. There are a wide range of interactives available that can help confirm understanding […]

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Things you are (almost certainly) doing to develop digital capabilities in your course

By Hari Nikas and Lee Carter (Learning Enhancement & Innovation) What? I’ve got to embed something else into my course? How am I going to change my whole course? These may well be the first thoughts that pop into your head when you encounter the Digital Capabilities Framework (DCF). But maybe a better question would […]

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