Smart Sparrow is an adaptive learning platform which provides personalised learning experiences and paths for students. It features: built-in templates personalised learning paths real-time collaborative authoring environment able to import and build media rich simulations intelligent feedback Deakin has secured
(Please use your Deakin login credentials to access these articles.) McPherson, M, Budge, K & Lemon, N 2015, ‘New practices in doing academic development: Twitter as an informal learning space‘, International Journal for Academic Development, vol. 20, no, 2, pp.
Here are some fantastic tips on the concept of personalised learning, as well as a link to ‘How personalized learning unlocks student success‘ by Nazeema Alli, Rahim Rajan and Greg Ratcliff that was recently published.
Pilot: Student blogging service This project aims to pilot a WordPress Blogging Service for additional units in Trimester 1, 2016, after some units in Tri 3, 2015. The purpose of the project is to identify and map the processes requires
Dr Karen Young is a lecturer in SEBE and is the unit chair in a number of Work Integrated Learning placement units. She has been innovative in her teaching practice for aiming to incorporate (formative) self and peer assessment and feedback
With the new CloudDeakin template, the Video Post Widget is now available on the home page of your CloudDeakin site. This is a perfect location for your welcome video as students will find this video when they first access the
As part of the Assessment Tools Project, DLF is offering support for trialling two self and peer feedback/evaluation tools – PeerMark and SparkPlus for 2016. PeerMark is part of Turnitin and now partially integrated with CloudDeakin. It is essentially a peer
Ascilite (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning and Tertiary Education) conference was held at Curtin University in Perth 30th November to 2nd December 2015. Chie Adachi (Teaching Support), Danielle Teychenne (Health) and Mark O’Rourke (Teaching Support) from DLF attended and
Professor Joe Shapter spoke at the recent Community of Practice OurTeaching event on the topic of ‘Personalised learning’. Joe is the Professor of Nanotechnology at Flinders University, and an avid science communicator and educator. Joe is active in the fundamentals
[vc_single_image image=”2229″ img_size=”full” img_link_large=”” img_link_new_tab=””] Interested in meeting other staff to talk about your teaching practice? PVC Teaching and Learning Professor Liz Johnson launched OurTeaching Community of Practice in July so staff can engage, share and exchange ideas about teaching practice and