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Digital Learning Team Workshops

Workshops for all staff that are designed to promote good learning and teaching practices and support the adoption of new technologies.

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From timetables and study plans to events and self-guided tours, the info you need is now available in the palm of your hand.    

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Professional Development

The Faculty Digital Learning Team aim to deliver a professional learning program to Curtin staff, designed to promote good learning and teaching practices and support the adoption of new technologies within the Faculty. The program is open to all staff engaged in the delivery of courses and units including Unit Coordinators, Lecturers, Tutors and Teaching Support.

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30th OCT
Workshop – Same-ifying your online and internal teaching

2 hour Session

Facilitated by Shannon Johnston, 
this workshop runs for 2 hours.

Time : 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location : 502C.102
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6th NOV
Visual Plagerism
This session will explore the concept of ‘visual plagiarism’ through some real cases, discuss creative comments license and the online tools available to assist in the identification of academic misconduct associated with visual submissions.

This session will explore the concept of ‘visual plagiarism’ through some real cases, discuss creative comments license and the online tools available to assist in the identification of academic misconduct associated with visual submissions.

1 hour session

Facilitated by Nicole Slatter,
this workshop runs for 1 hour. 

Time : 10:00am - 11:00am
Location : 501.101
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7th NOV
Seminar: Learning Analytics
- how small data helps

- how small data helps

1.5 hour session:

Learning analytics involve the use of data to inform and improve learning experiences, but is often used in whole-of university contexts.

Did you know that you can get all kinds of data at all kinds of moments in and across semesters? And that you can use this data to make immediate improvements to a learner’s experiences or general improvements over time?

Facilitated by Shannon Johnston,
this workshop runs for 1.5 hours. 

Time : 10:00am - 11:30am
Location : 501:202
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9th NOV
Copyright for Teaching Staff: Copyright in a Digital World
You are invited to an upcoming workshop on Copyright in a Digital World. This session will focus on the rights and wrongs of copyright, particularly in the fast-changing digital environment. Facilitated by Sian Dewar and Marilyn Coen from the Library.

You are invited to an upcoming workshop on Copyright in a Digital World. This session will focus on the rights and wrongs of copyright, particularly in the fast-changing digital environment. Facilitated by Sian Dewar and Marilyn Coen from the Library.

1 hour session

In this session we will:

  • Cover the basics of Australian Copyright legislation
  • Provide you with an overview of our copyright licences
  • Guide you to make better use of digital resources
  • Work through practical scenarios to apply this knowledge to learning and teaching

Facilitated by Sian Dewar and Marilyn Coen,
this workshop runs for 2 hours. 

Time : 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location : 105.107
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14th NOV
Workshop: Learning Analytics
- using your own data

- using your own data

2 hour session:

Learning analytics involve the use of data to inform and improve learning experiences, but is primarily used or talked about in whole-of university contexts. Did you know that you can get all kinds of data at all kinds of moments in and across semesters from Blackboard? And that you can use this data to make immediate improvements to a learner’s experiences or general improvements over time?

This active learning seminar will explore what we know about learning analytics at the unit level – so-called “small data”, the kinds of data available to you in Blackboard, and example uses.

Facilitated by Dr Shannon Johnston, 
this workshop runs for 2 hours.

Time : 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location : 501.202
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