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Digital Learning Summit 2018

DATE: Tuesday 13th March 2018

TIME: 9:00am-5:30pm (ACDT)

LOCATION: UniSA City West Campus

More details in Event Program


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Presented by UniSA's Teaching Innovation Unit, the Digital Learning Summit 2018 will feature a range of presentations from world-class researchers and scholars visiting UniSA from around the world. This one-day event is a chance for you to engage with the latest innovations and ideas in digital learning.

The summit will consist of two speaker sessions and an opening and closing event. Please follow the link below to view a detailed program. If you are interested in digital learning or learning in general, this is a day not to be missed. Places will fill-up fast, so make sure you register early and get involved. 

For those not in Adelaide or who want to attend online there is an option for virtual attendance. All the speaker sessions will be streamed and you will be able to ask questions during the Q&A session. 

UniSA’s Teaching Innovation Unit Presents
the Teaching & Learning Breakfast Series 2017

DateEvent Topic + Speaker


Am I just another number? Personalising large classes: A case study.


Professor Tony Bates (Ryerson University, Toronto) Biography

DATE: Friday 8th December 2017

TIME: 8:00–9:00am (ACDT)

LOCATION: Jeffrey Smart Building JS3.13A (City West Campus & via Virtual Classroom)

A light breakfast will be served Session

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The key challenge for university instructors is how best to prepare our students for a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. This entails a shift of focus from content mastery to high level skills development. What teaching methods will facilitate such a shift? What role should technology play in making such a shift? Why is blended and open learning so important for this shift? This presentation will use actual cases and best pedagogical principles to suggest how this can be done.

Professor Bates is the author of Teaching in a Digital Age (2015) (full version available)


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Recorded Events

If you can't attend a Teaching Innovation Unit event, don't worry because we have recorded all of them.

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And remember to check out the recordings from this year's Digital Learning Week.