Academic Quality and Integrity: Governance, Policy and Practice Considerations

What?

Prof Royston Gustavson, Dean of Academic Quality, will provide an overview of the governance and policy structures at ANU, and detail some new resources, policy and procedures relating to The Academic Integrity Rule 2021 which comes into effect this December.  

Who can attend?

This workshop is also suitable for teaching academics, course designers and senior administrators wishing to expand their understanding of Higher Education (specifically ANU) structures, and approaches related to academic integrity and transparency, and consider preventative strategies which can inform and minimise student integrity concerns at the course level.

When?

No current sessions have been scheduled. Please check back later.
Please email the Staff Education Team if you would like to be notified.

Minimum numbers

We require a minimum number of registrations for this session. In the event that this number is not reached, we may cancel or reschedule and all participants will be notified.

What do you need?

A stable internet connection (min 1.5 Mps up/down) to enable video conferencing.
A suitable quiet space so that you can turn on your camera and speak freely in order to actively engage in the workshop.
Updated version of Zoom
A laptop or device that allows you to save and share files

Exploring Zoom

What?

Are you teaching with Zoom but yet to explore its various settings and features? Then join us in our next Exploring Zoom workshop. We will go on a journey of exploration starting with the basics before investigating the lesser known settings and features. There will be guided instructions, tips and tricks, and opportunities for discussion.

 

Who can attend?

Anyone who would like to learn basic Zoom features to create a more engaging environment

When?

No current sessions have been scheduled. Please check back later.
Please email the Staff Education Team if you would like to be notified.

Minimum numbers

We require a minimum number of registrations for this session. In the event that this number is not reached, we may cancel or reschedule and all participants will be notified.

What do you need?

A stable internet connection (min 1.5 Mps up/down) to enable video conferencing.
A suitable quiet space so that you can turn on your camera and speak freely in order to actively engage in the workshop.
Updated version of Zoom
A laptop or device that allows you to save and share files

What will you do?

Pre-classPlease complete the pre-class activities before attending the workshop
In-classYou will be provided the password during the workshop

Interactive Zoom: How to keep Remote Learning Engaging

What?

Are you keen to deliver interactive classes, but not sure how to do it via Zoom?

In this workshop, we will explore how to apply interactive learning pedagogies and techniques in a remote learning environment. We will learn how to maximise Zoom through running different types of small-group activities – all the while undertaking a small group activity yourself! We will also identify other digital tools that may help to create a collaborative learning space.

 

Who can attend?

Anyone who is teaching or supports teaching at ANU. 
 
Please ensure you can use basic controls in Zoom such as joining breakout rooms, using chat, and sharing your screen and Zoom whiteboard.

When?

No current sessions have been scheduled. Please check back later.
Please email the Staff Education Team if you would like to be notified.

Minimum numbers

We require a minimum number of registrations for this session. In the event that this number is not reached, we may cancel or reschedule and all participants will be notified.

What do you need?

A stable internet connection (min 1.5 Mps up/down) to enable video conferencing.
A suitable quiet space so that you can turn on your camera and speak freely in order to actively engage in the workshop.
Updated version of Zoom
A laptop or device that allows you to save and share files

Design

Designing Workshop

To learn more, please attend the workshop, Designing Micro-credentials and Professional Short Courses. For more information, you can also access the PowerPoint Slides.

Digital Toolkit

The Digital Pedagogy Toolkit is designed to help educators select digital tools to support learner engagement in synchronous learning environments.  It introduces small group interactive activities for different teaching and learning goals with recommendations for suitable digital tools and applications that could be used.

Course Planner

Download the Course Planner that that accompanies the workshop, Designing Micro-credentials and Professional Short Courses to help constructively align learning outcomes, course sessions and assessments. Access the workshop’s PowerPoint Slides to be guided through the use of the planner.

Academic Integrity

Learn about the drivers behind and opportunities for academic misconduct, as well as the use of various detection tools. Access the document, Managing Academic Integrity Risks in Micro-credentials for a summary and assessment ideas. Email us an expression of interest for the next Micro-credential Anti-plagiarism Workshop where you can practice using online tools and discuss different approaches.

Starter Pack

Policy and Procedure

ANU Micro-credentials are guided by the ANU micro-credential policy and procedure, and the new guidelines on the roles of the Colleges and CLT.

Info Session

The Dean, Academic QualityProfessor Royston Gustavson has presented information sessions on Micro-credentials: Policy and Procedure. Please access the associated PowerPoint slides to learn more. 

M-Cs Process Flowchart

This flowchart visualises the entire process of setting up a micro-credential, from the generation of ideas through to the approval, design, hosting, delivery and badging.

Summary Paper

 The Micro-credential Summary Paper details the background development work behind the micro-credential policy.

Creating Videos for Teaching

 

What?
In this workshop, we will focus on the pedagogical benefits of using videos for learning, and discuss some of its pitfalls and necessary considerations prior to using them in teaching. This is a hands-on workshop where you will be required to record a video using PowerPoint, Zoom and/or Echo360, so please BYO laptop.
Workshop Outline:
  • Why use videos for teaching?
  • Types of videos
  • Considerations
  • Planning
  • Presenting to camera
  • Recording using Powerpoint, Zoom and Echo360
  • Review and discussion on editing

 

When?
No event found!

 

Who can attend?

Anyone who would like use videos for teaching and learning.

 

What do you need?

A laptop or device that allows you to create videos

Enrolment and Hosting for Micro-credentials and Professional Short Courses

What?

The Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) is holding a one hour info session that takes you through the support and services offered by the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT) team, including CCE enrolment, administration and host LMS (Troodle) features so that you have the information needed to prepare your course for online delivery (screen shots of Troodle LMS, enrolment and participant payment options will be shown via Zoom). The process, cost and CCE hosting form for 2020 will also be discussed.

 
 

When?

No current sessions have been scheduled. Please check back later.
Please email the ANU Micro-Credentials Team if you would like to be notified.

Designing Micro-credentials and Professional Short Courses

What?

From drafting learning outcomes to selecting digital technologies to enhance learning online, this all-day workshop will cover key elements of designing a micro-credential (m-c) or professional short course (PSC) with asynchronous and synchronous learning activities.

The Course Planner document has been developed for this workshop to guide you in developing constructively aligned learning outcomes, learning activities and assessments. You can also access the PowerPoint Slides and voice-over to see what this workshop involves.

There will be plenty of time to get started on your own m-c or short course so please come with a topic in mind (or your approved m-c! ) to work with while designing your course.

The Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT) education designers and digital experts will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate the use of digital technologies to enhance engagement and learning.

Participants can select this workshop with face-to-face delivery (COVID-19 friendly) or via zoom (see dates below). Places are limited, register your interest by completing the form.

When?

No current sessions have been scheduled. Please check back later.
Please email the ANU Micro-Credentials Team if you would like to be notified.

Creative Engagement Ideas for Zoom

What?

In this workshop, you will participate in a simulated tutorial/seminar and will be exposed to using a range of engagement tools and techniques to make your online sessions more active.

In the simulation, you will be using Zoom and non-Zoom resources like Padlet, Socrative and more. At the end of the session, you will be provided with a “lesson pack” to use and modify for your specific needs.

Before the session, you will be sent information on how to prepare for the simulation.

 

When?
No event found!

 

Who can attend?

Anyone who can use basic controls in Zoom including the chat function.

 

What do you need?

A stable internet connection (min 1.5 Mps up/down) to enable video conferencing.
A suitable quiet space so that you can turn on your camera and speak freely in order to actively engage in the workshop.
Updated version of Zoom
A laptop or device that allows you to save and share files

Polling: Pre-Class

Before attending the workshop, please complete this activity:

Here is the Polling Handout. You can follow steps to log in and create activities.

Thank you for completing this activity!