Colin Simpson’s ASCILITE ed-tech must reads of the week

The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education conference is on this week and there is an absolute wealth of ed & tech goodness in the papers and they are already available online. This is a very quick list of the ones that have caught my eye.

Scale-up of the Artisans: Creating practices, systems & tools for a team of learning designers

Developing a micro-credential for Learning Designers: A Delphi Study

Online Assessment in Australian University Business Schools: A Snapshot of Usage and Challenges

Quasi-synchronous discussions: A proposal to measure the effect of Teams on cooperation, belonging, emotion and interactions

How can EdTech support graduate employability?

Defining a next-generation ecosystem for online learning: from changing the platform to shifting the paradigm

Challenges in deploying educational technologies for tertiary education in the carceral setting: Reconnecting or connecting?

Technology’s Role in Inclusive Work-Integrated Learning for Students with a Disability

The impact of an anatomy and physiology open textbook on student satisfaction and engagement in a regional Australian university

‘Made good connections’: Amplifying teacher presence and belonging at scale through learning design and personalised feedback

Learning from ‘failures’ in the development of mobile and technology-enhanced learning initiatives

Bridging education to employment through virtual experience placement

Diverse definitions of engagement: Personalised learning analytics to support staff and students

Educational Designer social influence: changing teaching and learning practice

Developing feedback literacy capabilities through an AI automated feedback tool

‘As long as you use the template’: fostering creativity in a pedagogic model

Re/Connecting university teachers with digital teaching tools for “jobs to be done”

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Colin Simpson has worked in education technology, teaching, learning design and academic development in the tertiary sector since 2003 at CIT, ANU, Swinburne and Monash University. He is also one of the leaders of the ASCILITE TELedvisors Network. For more from Colin, follow him on  Twitter @gamerlearner (or @[email protected] on Mastodon)