Supporting creative active learning design for academics through mobile Technology Kits
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Summary of Teaching & Learning Context Tablet devices foster the creation of asynchronous online content with enhanced production values of superior sound, video, lighting, positioning and resolution. They also provide a gateway to the world of app technologies. These enhance the learning experience for all students and empower academics to broaden their use of technologies in their learning and teaching design. The TUS Technology Kits, funded by SATLE 2, provide scope for TUS academics to achieve this. Full Title: Supporting creative active learning design for academics through mobile Technology Kits. Prior work at Australian Universities (UTS, WSU) saw uses of iPad packs offering mobile technology capabilities to academics with resulting content creating enhanced engagement from students. Interactions between learning designers and academics saw increased output of selfcreated content by academics. Faculties including, health, sport science, arts, social sciences and engineering benefitted. It was also a way to connect to academics across different campuses, not unlike the geographical spread of TUS.
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