28 - 29 August, 2012, Sebel Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Director, the Flexible Learning Institute
CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY
In this case study, you will be able to get an insider’s look at how to
successfully build a business case for implementing a blended learning
model for international students. Delivering and exemplary online
learning environment is going be imperative for driving student uptake,
especially in the international market. In this presentation, Professor
Kent Anderson will share his extensive experience his work with Asia
and how you can be successful in your educational facility, from getting
stakeholder buy in, communicating with students and staff to roll out of
Professor Kent Anderson
Pro Vice Chancellor (International)
UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
Dr Lisa Germany Education Manager, elearningVICTORIA UNIVERSITY
Professor Richard Constantine Pro Vice-Chancellor (Information Services) and Chief Information OfficerFLINDERS UNIVERSITY
Professor Kent Anderson Pro Vice Chancellor (International)UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
The successful integration of a blended teaching model essentially
comes down to the teachers. However, simply informing about the
transition to online and mobile based learning can be daunting and
overwhelming, therefore, how can we ensure that our teachers know
how to teach while utilising the systems on offer?
Manager of Innovation Learning
SOUTH WESTERN SYDNEY INSTITUTE OF TAFE
In this presentation Simon will outline how ongoing professional
development is essential to the successful utilisation of online learning
courses. ‘Learning to Teach Online’ is a Creative Commons resource
that has won major Australian and American awards. It was designed to
help time poor academics in any discipline gain insight, understanding
and confidence in developing their own online teaching practices. This
presentation examines the design, global dissemination and impacts of
the project, and outlines the implications these may have upon the future
design of professional development for online education.
Online Postgraduate Director
COFA ONLINE, UNSW
Greg Donovan Portfolio Leader Teaching and LearningUNISA
Simon McIntyre Online Postgraduate DirectorUNSW COFA ONLINE
Janson is currently completing his Masters of Education degree at UTS.
Janson will share with us how he is working within a blended learning
model and how that is impacting on his experience as a student and how
he sees it effecting his learning outcomes.
This presentation will identify, characterise, and evaluate technology-enhanced ways of bringing together on-campus and geographically dispersed students and engaging them in media-rich synchronous collaborative learning experiences. Matt will be giving on site demonstrations of tools and pedagogies, where delegates will be able to participate in real time.
Dr Matt Bower
Senior Lecturer in Information and Communication Technology
In this closing Panel session our speakers will assess the topics that
have been addressed over the past two days and express their thoughts
and ideas on what is next for the educational experience. Delegates will
also be invited to share their opinions and look for ways to improve the
student experience in the decades to come.
Dr Matt Bower Senior Lecturer in Information and Communication TechnologyMACQUARIE UNIVERSITY
Senior Lecturer, Teaching and Educational Development Institute (TEDI)
University of Queensland
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