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Arts

An online approach to project-based collaborative assessment and learning in politics, Peter Haeusler, School of Social and International Studies

Using role play as an approach to online assessment , Kristin Demetrious, School of Communication & Creative Arts

Using the digital environment to enliven 'great debates’ in history, David Lowe, School of Social and International Studies

Pathways to teaching about genocide and holocaust online, Pam Maclean, School of Social and International Studies

Studying sex, crime and social justice wholly online, Grazyna Zajdow, School of Social and International Studies

Developing online assignment work in public relations, Stephen Mackey, School of Communication & Creative Arts

Facilitating online communication and assessment in public relations, Ross Monaghan, School of Communication & Creative Arts

Using Deakin Studies Online to support studies in sociology, Marilyn Poole, School of History, Heritage and Society

Online assessment in sociology, Vince Marotta, School of History Heritage and Society

Studying children's literature online, Rhonda Bunbury, School of Communication & Creative Arts

Teaching and learning Indonesian online, Ismet Fanany, School of International and political Studies

Designing for policy studies online, Hans Lofgren, School of International and political Studies

Working online in politics, Kevin O'Toole, School of International and political Studies

Universal design for accessibility in e-simulations in journalism and beyond, Stephen Segrave, Institute of Teaching and Learning

Developing 'MediaWise' in a wholly online media and communication unit, Patrick Hughes, School of Communication and creative Arts

 

Business and Law

Supporting learning online in contract and competition law, Philip Clarke, Deans office

Effective online education, Christine Goodwin, Teaching and Learning

Teaching and assessing business communication online, Jan Fermelis, Bowater School of Management and Marketing

Effective use of communications in a wholly online unit, Simon Pervan, Bowater School of Management and Marketing

An integrated digital and online environment in business information systems, Bardo Fraunholz, School of Information Systems

A historical perspective on unit development in business and law, Alwyn Richardson, School of Information Systems

eRoadmapping for conceptual understanding in information systems and beyond, Rodney Carr, Deakin Business School

Online testing in DSO, Jennifer Betts, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Experiential learning with simulations and cartoons, Richard Braithwaite, School of Information Systems

Taking competition Law and Policy wholly online, John Carmichael, School of Law

Supporting learning online in law, Julie Cassidy, School of Law

Using commercial software to do real time examinations online, Bev Jackling, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Simulating roles in real world organisations, John McWilliams, Deakin Business School

Providing learning paths through e-roadmapping in economics, Phillip Hellier, Mary Graham & Helen Scarborough, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Digital cases and expert views on Business Ethics , Greg Wood, Bowater School of Management and Marketing

Using cognitive tools online to develop problem-solving skills, Pauline Hagel, Bowater School of Management and Marketing

Developing online research skills for law students, Carolyn Doyle, School of Law and Sandra Pyke, Library

 

Education

Learning about knowledge aquisition online, Judy Mousley, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Supporting students' critical engagement with online teaching and learning, Juli Lynch, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Developing and running an Online Graduate Certificate in Education for University Staff, Elizabeth Stacey, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Becoming a strategic academic online, Julia Walsh, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Professional practice and mathematics: Designing an inclusive program, Leicha Bragg, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Learning about numeracy across the curriculum in a wholly online unit, Susie Groves, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Promoting student learning in physical education, Chris Hickey, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Online case studies: Reconciling teaching and research, Ian Robottom, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

Enhancing online learning through re-usable learning objects, Muriel Wells, School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education

 

Health and Behavioural Sciences

Health information and data wholly online, Ian Story, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Going wholly online in psychology, Christine Armatas, School of Psychology

Dietetics online, Jane Winter and Helen Matters, School of Exercise & Nutrition and Sciences

Problem based learning in Nursing, Julian Pearce, School of Nursing

Designing an online-enhanced blended learning environment in socio-economic status and health, Mary Mahoney, School of Health Social Development

Supporting foundation studies in health sciences online, Berni Murphy, School of Health and Social Development

 

Science and Technology

Use of a virtual student gallery, Jeremy Ham, School of Architecture & Building

Using e-journals to encourage critical reflection, Stuart Palmer, School of Engineering & Technology

Video streamed documentary, Stuart Palmer, School of Engineering & Technology

Using PowerPoint to develop concepts in construction management, David Picken, School of Architecture & Building

Supporting the process of becoming a strategic academic through digital and online resources, Malcolm Campbell, Deans office

Using digital and online resources to support learning in forensic science, Simon Lewis, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

Enlivening contemporary architecture through digital resources, Mirjana Lozanovska, School of Architecture & Building

IT practice: Experiential learning online, Annegret Goold, School of Information Technology

Using spreadsheet simulations to teach quantum theory, Kieran Lim, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

Enlivening Asian architecture through digital resources, David Beynon, School of Architecture & Building

Virtual geology tour, Mark Warne, School of Ecology and Environment

Assessing students online in the biological sciences, Peter Hanna, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

Managing students online, Jo Coldwell, School of Information Technology

Using CD-based resources in professional practice units, Craig Langston, School of Architecture & Building

 

Deakin Prime

Developing professional ethics using digital cases, Peter Poteralski, DP - Key Client Portfolio

 

 

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