The Learning Transformations Unit is responsible for the exploration and exploitation of learning technologies; the resourcing, preparation and scholarship of staff; and the development of partnerships that increase and extend Swinburne's online provision and presence.
Delegate, presenter and keynote 'impressions' of Swinburne University's Learning Transformations Conference - 2016.
Professor Mike Keppell welcomes participants to Swinburne's Transforming Learning Conference, held on 13-14 September, 2016. He is joined by Professor Andrew Gunstone who delivers an 'Acknowledgement of Country'.
This video walks you through the process of using the Solstice wireless display software located in AGSE 108. It also is usable for the setup in AGSE 107 & various other rooms throughout the university where Solstice has been deployed.
This video walks you through the process of using the Solstice wireless display software located in AGSE 109. It also is usable for the setup in AGSE 110.
In this biofilm, Aunty Dot Peters discusses her connections to culture, her family, and the Australia she loves. With her son, Dr Andrew Peters, they throw a light on the truths behind being Indigenous Australians past, present and future, and talk about reconnecting with their own ancestry and promoting cultural awareness to the wider community.
This short video describes the changes post the February 25, 2017 upgrade to Blackboard and Turnitin.
This video runs through the basics of using the Quitch administrative back-end.
In this video, Professor Mike Keppell, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Learning Transformations at Swinburne University of Technology, talks of his experience with personalised learning in our changing world.
This presentation seeks input into the development of a national online teaching induction program for the Australian sector. The work is part of an Office for Learning and Teaching Fellowship and is a collaboration between 11 institutions, led by Swinburne University. If you have responsibility for teaching staff who are new to teaching, are new to teaching yourself, or are a professional staff member with teaching responsibilities, I would welcome your input into what you believe the program might usefully provide for staff who are ongoing/sessional/contract, staff based on international campuses, professional staff who teach students and research students.
Open University Australia (OUA)'s Community of Practice at Swinburne University of Technology has formed a discussion panel to present 'Engaging and supporting online students'. Chaired by Associate Professor Elizabeth Branigan this session meets the specific needs of the OUA teaching staff as well as showcasing how OUA teachers engage and support online students. Insights from teachers, a librarian and a student on how to engage online students and support them will be shared.