01 April 2020Share
We are halfway through our first week of online teaching and learning. Thank you to all the staff who have worked so hard to move classes online.
Thank you also for your continued perseverance and patience as we adapt to new ways of learning and teaching.
There are a range of resources available to support teaching staff as the university adjusts to online teaching.
The Learning and Teaching Centre has been running teaching online workshops and drop-in sessions to provide support to teaching staff.
There are several upcoming sessions this week, which can be accessed via the Zoom meeting room.
Sessions this week include:
• How to reshape assessment for online: Options, considerations responsibilities and approaches for assessing student online in your units.
• Virtual drop-in: Question and answer session to assist in transitioning from face-to-face to online.
• Running online tutorials: Beyond the technical setup for online tutorials, this session will provide ways to successfully run an online tutorial with your students.
No registration is required. View the timetable for this week’s workshops and drop-ins.
You can also access recordings of previous workshops.
ACU has developed a range of online resources to support you in transitioning from face-to-face to online teaching.
• Access the Teaching Continuity Toolkit for a detailed breakdown of support resources for teaching online.
• Access the Teams guides for assistance with setting up Teams and providing synchronous online classrooms with students.
• Access information on creating lecture recordings in Kaltura and in Echo360 and making them available to your students in LEO.
• Access the LEO Asynchronous Communication guide for assistance with student communication in LEO.
• For assistance with creating and editing activities and resources in LEO, please contact LEO Support.