Are you a user of Padlet? To ensure your students are covered for security and privacy concerns, you’ll need to move to CSU’s new, free account. And if you’re not a user…should you be?
We use lenses to self-assess and improve subjects all the time. Often it’s merely the lens of our own personal teaching / design experience, sometimes it’s internally created frameworks (e.g. OLM), and other times it’s external frameworks (accreditation, anyone?). Recognition adds another layer altogether…
A new report is out summarising trends in education. It helps us revisit the familiar from the perspectives of current challenges and connects different levels of education.
What podcasts do you listen to, if any? There are some great ones out there – here I make some recommendations for those new to higher ed podcasts, and provide a list to a whole load more for you to explore.
As at 1 April 2018, there were 25,386 registered Financial Advisors in Australia and roughly 50% will need to undertake a Graduate Diploma in order to become compliant with new regulations. Here’s what we’re doing to meet those needs.
The new iTeach blog allows you to share things that are working (or not!) in your teaching right here, right now…no access needed, no middleman required to first tap you on the shoulder. And the posts are building!
A new way of internationally benchmarking our online learning designs against other courses is on its way…are you interested in becoming involved and contributing to its development? One potential use of accredited subjects is for recognition in applications for academic promotion.
Check your subject against some of the ICEBERG model action tips to make sure you’re maximising support for student retention. And when you’ve done that, check into some of this month’s opportunities for sharing the great work you’re doing at conferences and SoTL publications.
With the start of session approaching, it’s time to touch base again with new (and used) support resources available to support your preparation. i2 sites are visible to enrolled students on 25 June.
To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, take some time to learn about what you can do to make learning easier for all students.