In this video interview, Tony Dunford, Head of Learning Design and Delivery, Group Capability Enterprise HR Strategy & Services at Westpac shares:
In this video interview, Kris Ryan, Academic Director at Monash University explores:
In this article, Julie Lindsay, Quality Learning and Teaching Leader (Online) at Charles Sturt University, explores the strategies being used across Charles Sturt to design and developing online learning in order to improve the student experience and maximise learner engagement.
In this article, Eric Tsui Chair, Advisory Committee on ELearning at PolyU explores the core elements of the PolyUX online learning strategy and how they are using innovative online teaching and learning styles to enhance the experience for students.
In this article, Sandra Lipinski eLearning manager, at Silkwood School explores the steps she has taken at her school to provide a framework for the effective creation of digital and multi-media resources and the impact this is having on student and teacher engagement.
With so much change on the horizon, what steps can universities take to ensure their approach to online learning can transform the student learning experience into something which is fulfilling, rewarding and personalised? What’s more, how can universities go about creating the perfect marriage of educator engagement and student ROI when rolling-out new online learning models?
To answer these questions, Ahead of the 4th Annual Online and eLearning Summit 2019, we have compiled three case studies which explore the different approaches three Australian universities are taking to improve student engagement and personalisation of the learning process through innovative online learning strategies.
Ahead of the Online & E-Learning Summit 2019 we chat to Ali Ogilvie, Partnership & Portfolio, Delivery Manager at AdelaideX and the University of Adelaide. In this article Ali explores AdelaideX and the impact this function is having on student engagement, and further delves into the opportunities, challenges and benefits of course co-creation with students.