Deakin Learning Futures
Learning@Deakin is a shared responsibility of the Faculties in partnership with the portfolio of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and associated support services.
Capitalising on new technologies, Deakin aims to provide courses, wherever students are, that prepare them for where they want to go in their careers and in their lives.
Deakin Learning Futures supports the Faculties to achieve this goal, specifically in:
and located learning
through Deakin's curriculum model
for excellent student learning through course enhancement sandpits
Researching and evaluating teaching and learning
including OLT awards, grants and fellowships
Upcoming events Register for upcoming capacity building opportunities
Digital Futures in Australian Higher Education: Opportunities and impacts - Deakin Learning Futures hosted an engaging panel conversation on Wednesday 14 November 2012 with its Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander and international experts on digital learning Dr Vijay Kumar, Senior Associate Dean and Director, Office of Educational Innovation and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Dr Llorenc Valverde, Vice-rector for Technology at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), Barcelona.
- Deakin Teaching and Learning Conference 2012 - Deakin University held its last annual Teaching and Learning Conference during November 2012. Recordings of keynote, panel and plenary sessions are available.
Transitioning to Deakin Learning Futures
Deakin Learning Futures replaced three former units (Knowledge Media Division, Institute of Teaching and Learning and the Higher Education Research Group) - for specific information on how previous services of these groups have changed or developed, see the transition site or download the information (59 KB).
Connect with colleagues: Learning Futures@Deakin is a place where Deakin staff can ask, share and enquire about all aspects of teaching and learning (sign up with your Deakin email address).
Deakin Learning Futures team