Semester 2, 2016 - Learning for Life Campus Briefing Meetings
The Learning for Life Campus briefing meetings give the ACU community the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the projects that are helping transform Learning and Teaching at ACU.
Facilitated by the Learning for Life Project Office, in conjunction with Faculties, the briefing meetings aim to:
- Update ACU staff on the progress of the Learning for Life Program
- Seek future engagement and contribution from the academic community and other ACU staff
- Showcase selected Learning for Life projects, and
- Communicate and socialise project outcomes to date
The campus briefing meetings are open to all ACU staff and we highly encourage academics to attend. It is also a great opportunity for you to catch up with other colleagues from your campus.
Duration: 1.5 hours
- L4L Projects Showcase
Register Participation By
Tuesday 4 October, 2016
NYS-N1, 13 Napier Street
Tuesday 27 September, 2016
Wednesday 5 October, 2016
TC.02, Building, Level C
Wednesday 28 September, 2016
Friday 7 October, 2016
MBGN.08, 81-89 Victoria Pde
Friday 30 September, 2016
Friday 21 October, 2016
Function Room, Edmund Rice Bldg.
Friday 14 October, 2016
Thursday 27 October, 2016
XB23, Ground Floor
Thursday 20 October, 2016
|Wednesday 2 November, 2016 (TBC)|
Ballarat & Adelaide (by Video conference)
|Wednesday 26 October, 2016|
Lecture Capture Enhancement – North Sydney Pop-Up Room – Open for Bookings
Teaching staff at ACU’s North Sydney campus have the opportunity to trial the new, enhanced lecture capture technology, Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP) for Semester 2 2016. A specialised pop-up teaching space has been set up for staff to run tutorials using the improved platform, which includes a range of features that further enrich the student learning experience.
Lecture Capture Enhancement Pop-up Room, North Sydney
Today’s students face increased demands on their time and require the flexibility to access their learning materials at all times. Feedback from students also indicates that this is essential to their learning. Echo360 APL not only provides more user-friendly lecture capture but also has in-built pre-lecture, in-lecture and post-lecture student engagement tools and analytics capability. Features of the improved platform include the capacity to upload media slides, add video to presentations, and real time polling capabilities, amongst others. Importantly, its storage is cloud-based which allows for unlimited recordings and fewer concerns about storage and bandwidth.
The learning analytics capability in Echo360 ALP enables academics to monitor student engagement with lectures, through the capacity to track how often a video or presentation has been viewed, attendance at lectures and participation in activities.
We invite all lecturers at the North Sydney Campus to register for an Echo360 ALP trial with their students during Semester 2, 2016.
Location: Room 6.04, Level 6 Tenison Woods House, 8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney
Room Capacity: up to 20 students
Class Type: Tutorial only (at this stage)
Kindly submit your preferred date and time by completing the expression of interest form.
Please contact Ms Cyntia Franco on ext: 9105 or via email for additional information.
This lecture capture enhancement project is a Learning for Life Initiative. To read more about the ACU Learning for Life program see the Learning and Teaching webpage.
Teaching Support Program (TSP) - Semester 2 2016
The TSP is a Learning for Life initiative that supports ACU academic staff in developing capabilities in designing and planning quality learning experiences for students across a range of delivery modes, particularly in LEO and online modes.
Who is it for?
The program is aimed at lecturers and senior lecturers, both continuing and sessional. Other ACU staff with an interest in or responsibility for unit design and planning, particularly in LEO and other online environments, may also participate.
What level of professional development is the TSP?
In relation to ACU professional development for teaching staff, the Teaching Support Program falls between the Introduction to Learning and Teaching at ACU and the Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. This program has been fully endorsed by ACU as an approved professional development activity for staff.