Tagged: online courses

Course Design Intensives for TEL in Semester two

This is an advance notice, because I am excited about it. OCSLD and the TEL Implementation Team are looking for opportunities to work with course teams in faculties through half-day to one-day workshops looking...

Bookmarks for February 14th through February 26th

Here’s what the OCSLD team have been bookmarking recently: ACER Database of Research on Distance Education and Online Learning This looks like a really useful resource. From the Australian Council for Educational Research. Science...

Bookmarks for September 17th through September 26th

Here’s what the OCSLD team have been bookmarking recently: Preparing students for global citizenship OCSLD online course. Registration closes 3 October 2012 Peer Enhancement of Teaching, Assessment and Learning (PETAL) Peer Enhancement of Teaching,...

Preparing students for global citizenship

Internationalising the curriculum for all students In order to support the development of the graduate attributes, OCSLD is running a short online course on global citizenship. This course will be of use to you...

Online resources in staff and educational development

Last week OCSLD staff and educational developers and support staff met to consider how we could make use of the online resources that are now available. Special thanks to Andrew, Valerie, and Gordon who...

Another successful bid: OpenLine

Congratulations to George Roberts who has brought together a team to bid successfully for funding to develop and pilot a fully online version of First Steps into Teaching as an open online course. TheĀ OpenLine...

Distance tutoring for distance tutors

Last week we opened the latest run of the online course we run for the London School and Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. We’ve been running this course twice a year for several years now....

Don’t miss this online course!

We’ve embarked on another year of our programme of online courses, with Internationalising the Curriculum full for the third time running, led by our own Valerie Clifford, now based back in Australia. There are...