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Developing Tailored Study Plans for the New Higher Education Environment

The following discussion is a synopsis of OurTeaching-Community of Practice session held on Friday 18th September, during which time Professor Joe Shapter discussed the potential for “individualized study plans” for students in the Australian higher education environment Professor Joe Shapter is currently an OLT Teaching Fellow and the Dean School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, […]

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Analysing Exemplars to Support Students’ Understandings of Assessment by David Carless

David Carless is Professor of Educational Assessment and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) in the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong. His most recent book was published by Routledge in April 2015 and is entitled: Excellence in University Assessment: Learning from award-winning practice http://davidcarless.edu.hku.hk/ https://twitter.com/carlessdavid     Introduction David Carless has researched and published extensively […]

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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 […]

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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Have you been looking for free educational resources for your unit but don’t know where to start? Here’s a great article on Campus Technology “Complete Guide to Open Educational Resources”. Open Educational resources provide a wide variety of free learning content for practically any subject. Campus Technology asked three OER enthusiasts for their favourite tips […]