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Recorded Events

If you can't attend a Teaching Innovation Unit event, don't worry because we record them.

TIU Teaching and Learning Breakfast Series - Past Recordings

Other Recordings


2018 Breakfast Session Recordings

2018 DateEvent Topic + SpeakerResources

19
Apr

Karen Orr Vered (Associate Professor Creative Arts, College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, Flinders University)

Developing Advanced Literacy inside the Disciplines and across the Curriculum

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2017 Breakfast Session Recordings

2017 DateEvent Topic + SpeakerResources

20
Oct

Dr Jaclyn Broadbent (Deakin University)

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7
Sept

Professor Perry Samson (Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan) 

Do Students Get Questions Right for the Right Reasons? A New Two-Stage Approach to Formative Assessment 

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15
June

Associate Professor Tracey Bretag & Dr Rowena Harper (University of South Australia)

Contract Cheating in Higher Education: Preliminary Findings from a Survey of Australian Students and Staff 

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4
May

Dr Cathy Stone (2016 Equity Fellow and a 2017 Visiting Research Fellow with the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education)

Opportunity through online learning: Improving student access, participation and success in online higher education Equity

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6
April

Simon Young (Lithmodos VR)  

Using Virtual Reality in the classroom

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25
Jan

Dr Sheryl E. Burgstahler (University of Washington)

Using Universal Design in digital learning environments

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2016 Breakfast Session Recordings

2016 DateEvent Topic + SpeakerResources

20
Oct

Professor Sue Bennett (University of Wollongong)

Design Thinking for Teaching in Higher Education

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22
Sept

Dr Andrew MacKenzie & Dr Karin Oerlemans (University of Canberra)

Passenger in the studio: The intentional use of learning technologies to improve learning outcomes in studio

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8
Sept

Zac Woolfitt

Video Teaching: An essential skill for lecturers in the 21st Century

 

24
June

Dr Mathew Hillier (Monash University)

e-Assessment: leveraging twenty first century tools of the trade for more authentic and scalable assessment

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26
May

Dr Rowena Harper & Language and Literacies Team (University of South Australia)

What are Digital Literacies?

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17
March

Associate Professor Jelena Jovanovic (University of Belgrade)

Examining students’ learning strategies in a flipped classroom through learning sequence analysis

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16
March

Dr Abelardo Pardo from the University of Sydney

Using technology to provide feedback on learning strategies

 

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15
March

Nia Dowell from the University of Memphis

Modelling Discourse and Social Dynamics of Successful Collaborative Interactions.

 

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11
March

Panel discussion by the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge Research Lab, from the University of Texas, Arlington. Panellists: Professor George Siemens, T. Lisa Berry and Justin T. Dellinger

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10
March

Professor Simon Buckingham Shum (University of Technology Sydney)

Algorithmic Accountability for Learning Analytics

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8
March

Presented by Sasha Poquet & Srećko Joksimović from the University of South Australia and the University of Edinburgh

Understanding and Analysing Networks: Concepts and Tools

 

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2
Feb

Dr Craig Williams (University of South Australia)

Demonstrating Critical Analysis 

 

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2015 Breakfast Session Recordings

2015 DateEvent Topic + SpeakerResources

4
Nov

Associate Professor Michael Sankey (University of Southern Queensland)

The student learning journey is more than a concept, it’s about real people and providing them holistic support

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15
Oct

Dr Steve Lonn (University of Michigan)

Digital Innovation Greenhouse at U-M

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1
Oct

Dr David Jones (University of Southern Queensland)

The perceived uselessness of the Technology Adoption Model (TAM) for digital learning

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10
Sept

Dr Jason Lodge (Melbourne University)

The brain on campus: Can neuroscience contribute to innovation in higher education?

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27
August

Rob Peregoodoff (University of British Columbia)

Digital Assessment (Online Examination)

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6
August

Dr Negin Mirriahi (University of New South Wales) and Dr Abelardo Pardo (Sydney University)

Flipped Classrooms

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23
July

Dr Tim Rogers (University of South Australia)

Learning Analytics at UniSA

 

20
May

Professor George Siemens (University of Texas)

Preparing for the Digital University

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2018 Other Event Recordings

Digital Learning Summit - March 2018

Presented by UniSA's Teaching Innovation Unit, the Digital Learning Summit 2018 featured a range of presentations from world-class researchers and scholars visiting UniSA from around the world.

Davis Carless: Learner agency, feedback…and learning analytics

Jennifer Pei Ling Tan: Fostering collective creativity and 21c literacies through CSCL and formative LA environments: Pedagogical promises and dilemmas

Catherine Spann: The Self-Regulated Learner

Joseph Jay Williams: the keynote address Perpetually Improving Educational Technology: MOOClets for Collaborative, Dynamic, Personalized Experimentation

Hendrick Drachsler: Trusted Learning Analytics

Stephen Doherty: Language technology and language processing: Breaking barriers and making connections

2016 Other Event Recordings

Digital Learning Week - March 2016

For two weeks in March, UniSA hosted some of the world's leading researchers in digital learning and learning analytics. There was a range of exciting events including lectures, panels, workshops, learning café's and the return of the very popular teaching and learning breakfast series.

It truly was a unique chance to engage with a renowned group of leaders in the field of digital learning in higher education.  You  can continue to learn from these experts and their research, experience and thoughts. Every event was recorded and these are available from the Digital Learning Week website.

To get you re-acquainted here are three keynote presentations.

 

Associate Professor Carolyn Rosé: From Data to Support of Social Interaction for Learning in MOOCs, Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science

Professor Dragan Gasevic: Technologies to support self-directed learning through social interaction, University of Edinburgh

Professor George Siemens: The future of learning: Digital, distributed and data-driven, University of Texas Arlington