Resource Library

The Resource Library contains a collection of higher education learning and teaching materials flowing from projects funded by the Commonwealth of Australia including those from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

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9 resources found for ‘flexible learning’.

Facilitating flexible, enquiry-based experiential learning through an accessible, three-dimensional virtual learning environment (3DVLE)

Denise Wood, Gerry Bloustien
University of South Australia
2013
University of South Australia
Edith Cowan University, Monash University, RMIT University, The University of Sheffield (UK), The University of Sydney
Final report Download Document (3.34 MB)

Developing and implementing a flexible web-based teaching/learning environment across an entire academic organisational unit

John Hedberg, Barry Harper, John Patterson, Aleksander Subic, Turhan Coban, Gerald Bushnell
University of Wollongong
1997
University of Wollongong

This is a final report for a 1997 National Teaching Development Grant (Organisational) funded by the Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development. The report details the School of Education project background, aims and objectives, and provides justification and educational rationale for the project's development. A website link is included for viewing resources produced during the project.

Final report Download Document (53.95 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
2000
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)

Improving learning in undergraduate physics using integrated 'studio' environments to replace traditional lectures, laboratories and tutorials

Robert D Loss
Curtin University of Technology
1997
Curtin University of Technology
This is a final report for a 1997 National Teaching Development Grant funded by the Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development. The report details the Physics project in 'studio' environments and provides justification and educational rationale for its development.
Final report Download Document (76.04 KB)

Surfstat - Final report for 1996 national teaching development grant

Keith Dear
The University of Newcastle
1998
The University of Newcastle
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 and provides justification and educational rationale for its development.
Final report Download Document (24.47 KB)

Spaces for knowledge generation: a framework for designing student learning environments for the future

Kay Souter, Matthew Riddle, Warren Sellers, Mike Keppell
La Trobe University
2011
La Trobe University
Apple University Consortium (AUC), Charles Sturt University, Kneeler Design
Final report Download Document (1.19 MB)

Curriculum renewal in exercise science

Steve Selig, Margaret Torode-Charles, Leonie Otago, Deborah Pascoe, Megan Charity, Jacqueline Raymond, Herb Groeller
Victoria University
2011
Victoria University
Australian Catholic University, The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney, University of Ballarat, University of Wollongong
Final report Download Document (1.69 MB)

Designing next generation places of learning: collaboration at the Pedagogy-Space-Technology nexus

Professor David Radcliffe, Mr Hamilton Wilson, Mr Derek Powell, Ms Belinda Tibbetts
The University of Queensland
2008
The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland has demonstrated that student learning is a priority in a variety of ways. The primary goal is to fully develop, rigorously test int eh field, thoroughly evaluate and disseminate widely a new design framework. The project will involve the design, demonstration and evaluation of three distinct types of learning environment using this unified approach that have been pioneered at the University. At the completion of this project, there will be at least three new learning spaces - one library, one collaborative learning centre and one advanced concept teaching space. These spaces will embody new ways of learning, new ways to use space and next generation technology. They will be exemplars at the very leading edge of world-wide learning practice. Teh major transferable outcome of the project will be the new design framework based on the pedagogy-space-technology nexus.

Final Report Download Document (445.33 KB)

ReMarksPDF Editor - Final Report

Stephen Colbran
University of New England
2010
University of New England

ReMarksPDF Stage 2 further develops the ReMarks PDF and XML marking editors. Stage 2 involves development of an e-submission and assessment allocation system, tracking and mapping of learning outcomes, and business intelligence features. Further work will involve developing a dimensional data model and associated database to enable reporting using different business intelligence systems. A flexible model for mapping and tracking of learning outcomes will be created to cater for the development of learning outcomes through one or more levels, all mapped to unit teaching and assessment, whether formative or summative. The project will continue the development of enterprise level solutions to student assessment feedback.

Deakin University, Monash University, Open Universities of Australia, The University of Newcastle, University of Southern Queensland
Final Report Download Document (465.22 KB)