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Murdoch University Dubai Learning and Teaching Symposium 2023: Key Trends in Higher Education

Murdoch Dubai Learning and Teaching Committee recently held an online Learning and Teaching Symposium that explored the latest trends and practices in higher education.


Recognising Navitas Advance HE Fellows

As a global member of Advance HE, Navitas aims to champion teaching excellence in higher education. The Navitas Advance HE Fellowship program guides Navitas staff through the application process, and today we are celebrating the newest Navitas Fellows.


Exploring the implications of generative AI in higher education

In this interview, we explore modern chatbots like ChatGPT, address common misunderstandings about AI, and consider what the future might hold for students and educators.


Looking back at 2022!

Welcome to our last post for 2022, reviewing major learning and teaching projects and initiatives, including the Student Retention and Success project updates.


Celebrating SIBT’s 25th anniversary!

Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) celebrated its 25th anniversary with a commemorative event at the Hyde Park campus in Sydney.


Learning Analytics Case Study: Griffith College

Read about how Moodle learning analytics were analysed to identify actionable data for student retention and success purposes.


Student Retention and Success at Navitas

The Student Retention and Success project is a data-driven project aimed at providing better integration of systems and rich data to improve student outcomes.


Retention in the Navitas Context: Supporting student retention and success

A new suite of Teaching Excellence at Navitas (TEN) modules allows staff to explore strategies to support students’ retention and success.

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Enhancing computer-mediated teacher-student communication

Can computer-mediated communication help to motivate students, cultivate a positive and approachable social presence, and improve class dynamics?


Flexible Learning professional development opportunities

A suite of online modules to support the delivery of high quality, student-centred Flexible Learning experiences is now available to Navitas academic staff.


Microcredentials and me: Unpacking the benefits of digital badges

How can micro-credentials help you upskill, develop new competencies, gain recognition of, and evidence your professional development and lifelong learning?


Reflections on Advance HE Fellowship

Two recent Navitas Advance HE Fellowship program participants have shared reflections and steps undertaken on their personal journey to achieving Fellowship,


Congratulations to our newest Navitas Advance HE Fellows

The Navitas Advance HE Fellowship program guides Navitas staff through the application process. Congratulations to our newest Fellows!


Effective student communications

A series of guides on effective communications is being developed by the Navitas Communications team. Read about the first one in the series: Effective student communications.


Cheers to our L&T comm-YOU-nity! 2021 in review

A special end-of-year review and big thanks to this year’s Learning & Teaching website contributors. With a focus on Flexible Learning, click here to review the 2021 articles.


Flexible Learning: Creating engaging and inclusive online learning environments

Dr Simona O’Brien (Engineering & Health Science lecturer at ECC and Curtin College) ensures engagement and inclusivity are a priority in her Flexible Learning design approach.