T&L Grant Recipients 

Recipients of teaching and learning grants offered by UniSA.

UniSA Teaching and Learning Grants

UniSA Early Career Academic Innovation Grants

Dr Katria Li  (ALH) Empowering physiotherapy students to develop skills and knowledge through an innovative authentic assessment and feedback.

Dr Sarah Moulds (JUS) Belonging in the JUS classroom.

Dr Fatin Shabbar (JUS) Digital storytelling as a transformative and programmatic approach to curriculum and assessment design in Child-focused courses.

Joti Weijers-Coghlan (CTV) How did we do it? Articulating the methods, processes and learning outcomes of Design Construct’s built student projects to create learning material for architecture and construction related courses.

 

 

UniSA Teaching and Learning Development Grants

Dr Chris Della Vedova (CHS); Dr Sarah Davey (CHS); Dr Andrea Stringer (CHS)

Development, implementation and evaluation of interactive oral assessment as an alternative for examinations in Clinical and Health Sciences and production of a best practice “toolkit”.

Dr Caroline Fryer (ALH);  Dr Anna Phillips (ALH); Sarah McMullen-Roach (ALH); Dr Helen Banwell (ALH); Emma Hiscock (ALH); A/Prof Gisela van Kessel (USO)

UniSA Learning Bytes for Clinical Educators: An online learning enterprise to support successful clinical education experiences for industry-based educators and allied health students.

 

Stefanie Bucher, Dr Debra Rowett, Dr Scott Weeks, Dr Angela Berndt, Dr Emily Ward, Dr Kade Davison, Dr Carolyn Murray, Dr Ryan Causby (ALH)

Telepractice Education and Interprofessional Module (TEAM)

Rebecca Somerfield, Dr Damien Spry, Dr Jane Andrew, Dr Alice Dodd, Ms Susannah Emery, Mr John Gartland (CTV)

Communication and Media Clinic: An immersive program approach to graduate capability development

Shiao-Lan Chou  (CMR), Ron McIver, Dr Theodore (Lei) Xu, Dr Ron Donato

From bricks and mortar to clicks and clouds. Creating a virtual tour of treasury technology through time

Dr Andrew Cunningham (INM), Liz Smith, Dr Ross Smith, A/Prof Stewart Von Itzstein

Learning professional skills through immersive virtual reality

Tarosh Jacob (UO), Dr Stephanie Centofanti  Dr Amanda Hutchinson 

Approaches to counselling and psychotherapy in the 21st century: Enhancing student learning and engagement through innovative digital learning resources

Dr Lisa O’Keeffe (EDS), Dr Amie Albrecht, Bruce White, Chelsea Cutting

Supporting and developing online learners’ collaborative problem-solving experiences (using 360o video and innovative pedagogy)

A/Prof Katherine Baldock (HLS), Dr Katia Ferrar, A/Prof Nayana Parange

Preparing first year students studying on-campus for online learning: a pilot project

A/Prof Kathleen Heugh (CIL), Dr Enza Tudini, Dr Jeanne-Marie Viljoen, Dr Fiona O'Neill, Dr Julie Nichols, Dr Vandana Arya

Using human language technology to enhance academic integrity, inclusivity, knowledge exchange, student diversity and retention

Dr Micah Peters (NRC), A/Prof Kristin Carson-Chahhoud, Sarah McQuillen, Carole Gibbs, Imogen Ramsey

An interactive web-based resource for best-practice evidence synthesis projects for students and researchers

Dr Vijay Suppiah (PMB), Dr Matthew Sykes, Dr Tim Barnes, Dr Kristen Bremmell

Development of digital resources to advance the design and delivery of practical teaching across chemistry and pharmacy laboratories

Dr Jo Zucco (INM), Dr Ross T Smith, Shivvaan Sathasilvam

ARduino: An Augmented Reality tool to support student learning of Arduino microcontrollers - creating a digital learning environment to enhance student learning outcomes and engagement.

Dr Connie Caruso (PMB), Prof Anthony Woods

Virtual microscopy: fostering globalisation in future professional practice

Dr Megan Cooper (NRC), Dr Angela Brown, Dr Nayana Parange, Amye Eden

Online Simulation Modules: Improving student competence, confidence and resilience

Prof John Fielke (EEE), Dr Romeo Marian, Dr Ke Xing, Patrick O'Sullivan

Re-engaging mechanical engineering students with relevant remote laboratory experiments with the emphasis on experimentation 

Dr Philip Roetman (NBE), Dr Mat Kor, Dr Tom Raimondo, Prof Ning Gu, Dr Martin Freney, Dr Alpana Sivam, Dr Sadasivam Karuppannan, Dr Rameez Rameezdeen, Jacqueline Jepson, Dr Ki Kim, Dr Jorge Ochoa, Dr Jun Ahn

Creating virtual environments for enhanced student learning and public engagement

 

2016 Projects awarded additional funding in 2017

Dr Ben Stubbs (CIL)

The continued exploration of virtual reality storytelling: Developing a learning environment where VR production and technological understanding enhance graduate capabilities

Dr Ben Stubbs (CIL), Prof Bruce Thomas, Dr Ross Smith, Dr Carolyn Bilsborow

Exploring virtual reality in journalism: Establishing a learning environment where digital production and technological understanding enhance graduate capabilities

Dr Shepard Masocha (PSW), Dr Johanna Saltis, Dr Nadine Pelling

Development of a 3D simulation-based learning platform to enhance Clinical Psychology and Social Work students' cognitive decision making and emotion regulation strategies, needed for conducting suicide risk assessments and management

Dr Nick Fewster-Young (INM), Dr Belinda Chiera, Dr Lisa Schultz

Program Roadmap: A visual, interactive and self-regulating digital representation of the student learning journey

 

2016 projects awarded additional funding in 2017 to mainstream project outcomes

Dr Sean Pickersgill (SSL)

Team work, social constructivism and the Virtual Site

Eileen Giles (HLS)

Developing 3D virtual anatomy resources for use across disciplines

A/Prof Kerry Thoirs (HLS)

Teaching clinical communication skills: developing a flexible and experiential educational model using digital technologies for the health disciplines

Dr Sukhbir Sandhu (MGT), Roger Edmonds

A location-based mobile learning framework

Dr Sean Pickersgill (SSL), Dr Rameez Rameezdeen, Dr Jeremy Coggins

OnSite2: Team work, social constructivism and the virtual site

Eileen Giles (HLS), Dr Nicola Massy-Westropp, Dr Arjun Burlakoti, Dr Harsha Wechalekar

Developing 3D virtual anatomy resources for use across disciplines

A/Prof Kerry Thoirs (HLS), Dr Rowena Harper, Dr Giordana Cross, Dr Sandra Ullrich, Jane Coffee

Teaching clinical communication skills: developing a flexible and experiential educational model using digital technologies for the health disciplines

Dr Paul Corcoran (NBE), Liz Smith, Deb Moulton, Dr James Ward, Dr Diana Quinn, Dr Tim Rogers

Program roadmap – a visual, interactive and self-regulating digital representation of the student learning journey