Flexi-learning on a shoestring

Four Australian academics discuss how universities can deliver quality flexible teaching and learning on already stretched budgets




University of Canberra,Murdoch University,Charles Darwin University,University of Technology Sydney
20 Aug 2021
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What is the future of large-scale in-person lectures vs complete online learning, and to what extent are universities prioritising one delivery method over the other?

This webinar explores best practice examples of how universities in Australia and New Zealand are developing their online and hybrid offerings on a tight budget. Featuring Jane Frost, associated professor of nursing at the University of Canberra; Garth Maker, senior lecturer in biochemistry at Murdoch University; Michael Sankey, director of learning futures and lead education architect at Charles Darwin University; Amanda White, deputy head (education) accounting at the University of Technology Sydney; and chaired by Phillip Dawson, associated director of the centre for research in assessment and digital learning at Deakin University. 

This webinar was filmed as part of the THE Live ANZ 2021 virtual conference. Further recordings from the event can be found here

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