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Leanne Ngo

Teaching Practice TL Resources

Deakin Learning Courses Guide June 2017

‘Leading Courses Guide’ is intended for all staff who teach, and who support those who teach, as part of Deakin’s courses. The guide provides a clear introduction and overview of Deakin’s approach to course delivery, teaching, assessment and supporting our students. It is important not only for those who are directly involved with teaching students, […]

Converged Learning Delivery Learning Spaces

Deakin University – Taxonomy of campus learning spaces

The Deakin Learning Spaces Taxonomy (last updated February 2017) document is a live resource compiled by members of the Deakin Campus Learning Spaces Committee. Deakin staff can use this resource to learn more about the range of learning spaces and components available at Deakin. The document is organised in five sections: Guidelines setting out agreed principles […]

Assessment WIL

Flip Curric and “Job Ready Plus”

One of the key issues facing higher education institutions is how to best equip their students and prepare them amongst the changing nature of the workplace. The concept of Flipping the Curriculum has emerged as the Australian Office for Learning and teaching has re-established its efforts in addressing student capabilities and integrating competencies towards achieving […]

eAssessment Learning Technologies TL Resources

Embracing Digital Technologies in Accounting Education

The joint 2014 CPA-funded, Deakin project titled: Innovative teaching, learning and assessment in accounting education is designed to encourage and assist academics to adopt a broader use of technology when teaching undergraduate students accounting. The project explored and identified the current status of technology adoption and use in accounting education in Australia. With a focus […]

Staff Capacity Stories in Teaching

Stories in Teaching (9): Dilal Saundage & Lemai Nguyen

Title:  “Thinking outside the box”: Student engagement By Dilal Saundage and Lemai Nguyen Last year Business Requirement Analysis (MIS201) moved away from delivering standard lectures and tutorials to in-class hands-on collaborative team based workshops. This year the unit team (Dilal and Lemai) moved it even further being very creative. They used a combination of different […]

CloudDeakin Web 2.0

Digital Curation Tools

There are many freely available digital curation tools available which enable you to locate, evaluate and organise web content which you can then share with students and colleagues. Staff will no doubt be already familiar with Scoop.IT. Faculty Library staff provide the service of setting up unit Scoop.IT sites for B&L Unit Chairs. Two other digital […]