Optimising Digital Technologies

Navitas Learning and Teaching (C&I) Podcasts Series One: Transformation in Tertiary Education

Leading educational thinkers discuss current tertiary education topics in an engaging series of podcasts.

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Learning and Teaching Podcast Episode 1: Virtual Tools with Mark Bassett

Raf and Mark from SAE Institute discuss the application of virtual tools in learning and deep-dive into the creation of virtual consoles within the Max software environment.

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Adding to the view | Global Teacher Technology Survey

The 2019 Navitas Teacher Technology Survey report provides a global view of teacher behaviours and attitudes towards using technology in learning and teaching contexts.

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What’s Up Team Commerce? | Staying close while far away

As COVID-19 cases surged in 2020 and the possibility of a ‘lockdown’ loomed, the Commerce teaching team at Curtin College were determined to provide the best digitally assisted learning experience.

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You can do this! | Online teaching tips from Navitas colleagues

Moving to an online teaching environment has been a significant step for staff. Here are some heart-warming messages and reflections that have come in from Navitas colleagues.

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Online teaching articles and resources

To support Navitas teaching staff as they commence to teach remotely or online, we have curated a number of articles on online teaching developed by our global learning and teaching community.

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Navitas Community: Online Support Strategies

Navitas Community: Online Support Strategies offers succinct, digestible information and resources to support teachers who are new to delivering classes online.

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From technophobe to technophile

This recording presents theoretical considerations for developing an educator’s digital capabilities and review ed-tech professional development models in order to to empower educators to implement technology-enhanced teaching practices.

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From technophobe to technophile

This webinar will present theoretical considerations for developing an educator’s digital capabilities and review ed-tech professional development models in order to to empower educators to implement technology-enhanced teaching practices.

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Listening to learn: How audio is personalising feedback

Providing effective feedback for students can be a time-consuming and often frustrating experience for both student and teacher. In an attempt to identify a method for providing feedback that is both engaging for students and time-efficient for staff, a study comparing audio with written feedback was carried out at Curtin College. Analysis of students’ results…

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Listening to learn: How audio is personalising feedback

In this event, Gemma Clarke will share the results of her study on audio feedback and highlight some of the advantages and disadvantages of using audio feedback with a particular focus on Audacity.

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Transforming education with Voice User Interfaces (VUIs)

Touch screens once turned around the way we interact with technology, now Voice User Interfaces (VUI) might mark the next major turning point in human-computer interaction.

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Scaffolding assessment completion with H5P learning interactives

Ges Ng and Rebecca Rosemoore present early findings from a pilot project which aimed to provide students with active learning opportunities using H5P.

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Keeping EdTech on track: LTI integration of learning technologies

Meg James introduces Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) and shares how it can enhance learning in Moodle.

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A shift in mindset: How to embrace students’ growing use of mobile devices

In this recording, Paul Gregory shares his reflections on how a shift in mindset helped improve his attitude towards students and their non-academic use of mobile devices in the classroom.

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