The notion of ‘consistency’ is something that comes up a lot when we talk about online learning, but i’s not always clear what we mean when we talk about consistency or why it’s important. This post unpacks consistency and the cognitive load theory behind it.
Zoom breakout rooms are a common feature of workshops, tutorials and meetings, and they are often used to replicate the small-group discussions used in face-to-face events. This can be challenging for some people though, and DigEd has been trialing a different approach
Redesigning business processes and the ways that we work can be a challenge. DigEd and Integrated Services recently hosted a co-design workshop bringing stakeholders across the university together to begin collaboratively working towards developing new procedures and practices for Special Assessment at UNE.
At the start of 2021, the Learning Design Team was established as part of the Digital Education portfolio. One of the team’s core business processes was identified as a key priority for redesign.
Teaching and learning support functions in universities have long existed along the centralisation/decentralisation continuum. The Learning Design Team takes a different approach, developing an integrated model of learning design
During the first day of #ascilite2021 today, @enm181 tweeted about temperament-inclusive pedagogy and @gamerlearner drew the parallel into workplace design, which gave me some words to describe something I’ve been developing in my team of late. While I’ve been running my team’s meetings digital-first (Zoom) and multimodal (+ tools) for a while now, I’ve still…
Stories resonate. They provide us with something to identify with, with relevance, with personal connection. They provide us with meaning, and ways of understanding the world.
When you’re one of what Gretchen McCulloch would call ‘full internet people’ (Because Internet), who has been Very Online for quite a long time, you end up with a bunch of digital detritus that follows you around as you change and grow. I’m always torn on whether the value lies in curating the identity that…