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4 resources found for ‘distance education’.

Supporting Learning and Teaching at a Distance Forum November 2006

Professor Sandra Wills, Associate Professor Ian Reid, Professor Jim Taylor, Dr. Markus Bucchorn, Ms. Bernadette Savage, Dr. Richard Caladine, Associate Professor Geoff Prince, Associate Professor Ian Reid, Associate Professor Marian Tulloch, Roisin O'Reilly
University of Southern Queensland
University of Southern Queensland
Program Download Document (57.37 KB)
Professor Sandra Wills & Associate Professor Ian Reid Download Document (1.13 MB)
Strategies for online discussion Download Document (18.22 KB)
Professor Jim Taylor Presentation Download Document (2 MB)
Dr. Markus Bucchorn Download Document (52.87 KB)
Ms. Bernadette Savage Download Document (541.17 KB)
Dr. Richard Caladine Download Document (201.09 KB)
Associate Professor Geoff Prince Download Document (18.15 MB)
Associate Professor Ian Reid Download Document (107.01 KB)
Associate Professor Marian Tulloch Download Document (1.12 MB)
Ms. Roisin O'Reilly Download Document (680.56 KB)

Collaborative learning groups in distance education

Darryl Dymock, Peter Hobson, Sam Meredith
This is a final report for a 1996 National Teaching Development Grant funded by the Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching. The report details the project, describes the process and makes recommendations.
Final report Download Document (24.27 KB)

Building and evaluating a collaborative learning kit for open and flexible delivery of human biology to distance students

Susan Fyfe
Curtin University of Technology
Curtin University of Technology
This is a final report for a 1998 National Teaching Development Grant (Individual) funded by the Committee for University and Staff Development. The report details the project and provides justification and educational rationale for its development. Evaluation and dissemination of the project are discussed.
Final report Download Document (28.47 KB)

Leading rich media implementation collaboratively: mobilising international, national and business expertise

Dr Robyn Smyth, Dr Deborah Vale
University of New England
University of New England

This project provides frameworks for decision-making about the use of rich media technologies in learning, teaching, administration and research. The project website contains advice for professional development, information about rich media technologies, case studies, references and publications.

The University of Queensland, University of Wollongong
Final Report Download Document (1.87 MB)