Written by Andrew Beatton, Learning Designer It’s challenging to think outside of your own perspective when designing online learning experiences, but this is the key to solving some of the most complex online learning design problems. You’re biased towards your own perspective and this creates instant exclusion when designing or creating learning experiences for other […]
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is when computer software recognises the human voice. Recently, a pilot was conducted where ASR was implemented into certain courses. Learning Designer, John Murphy was involved with this pilot and interviewed Dr. Kencana Dharmapatni who was teaching a course included in the pilot, hear what she has to say.
Written by Anne Hawkins, Coordinator – Copyright & Open Access The Library is committed to supporting equitable access to our collections, services and spaces for all students. Equitable access can mean very different things to different people. For a student with a vision impairment it may mean that material is available in an electronic format which […]
Written by Karen Roberts, Disability Support Coordinator Disability Support provide services to students with a wide variety of disabilities and ongoing medical conditions. The good news – there are increasing numbers of students with disabilities enrolling in tertiary education, with participation rates in South Australia for students with disabilities the highest nationally, and exceeding the national […]
The Learning Enhancement and Innovation Grant Projects for 2018 have officially concluded. After collating the final reports, we can now share a summary of each of the nine projects that were part of this scheme. The 2018 LEI grant scheme facilitated projects that aimed to enhance and develop new and better approaches to achieving student learning outcomes. The funds […]
May 17 was Global Accessibility Awareness Day, aimed to get the community thinking about digital accessibility. It’s easy to forget that disabilities are not limited to lifelong, highly visible cases but include temporary, partial and invisible impairments such as short-term injuries, colour-blindness and mental illnesses. In the latest study by the Australian Bureau of Statistics […]