We have a new Director of Online Subject Development, workshops aimed at generating new courses tailored for industry, and a new conference!
Here’s the latest from the Sub Dean of TOL about recently completed subjects and an introduction to one of our TOL Learning Experience Designers.
Why does the Winchester Report matter? What was launched in Bathurst recently? And when is the next TOL drop-in session? Find out in the latest update from Tracey Green.
Here’s the latest from the Sub Dean of TOL covering implementation workshops, an update on the Six Intake Model, and an introduction to the TOL Online Editor.
Here’s the latest from the Sub Dean of TOL covering implementation workshops and subject development.
In this update you can read about the new staff who have joined the Faculty to work on TOL Phase #1. You can also find out about the outstanding success of our TOL Six Intake Session pilot.
Our CSUEngineering team and students have once again done a brilliant job with Engfest 2018. Also this month, our Psycholology Honours students are embarking on new research.
While the TOL pilots and evaluations are complete, there have been revisions to the TOL project and exciting developments in the Phase #1 implementation.
The Transform Online Learning (TOL) pilots continue across the Faculty and Division of Student Services. This update includes a focus on the Online Study Advisor (OSA) pilot from Peter Greening and student feedback from Sarah Hyde.
The Transform Online Learning (TOL) project team has now been formed, and our pilots of the TOL subject pilots (read about Sam Parker’s experiences in MGT220) and the Six Intake Model are progressing smoothly. We’ve also have begun trialling the use of Online Study Advisors (OSAs).