In Features this morning
Jay Cohen (La Trobe U) on using video in on-line learning. “I suspect on-line students, who in all the instances that I am aware of, pay the same price for the on-line version of the subject as those attending the on-campus occurrence, would prefer not to be subjected to “second hand” re-used, rarely captioned or transcribed poor-quality classroom-based recorded video,” he writes. Its Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s new selection for her celebrated series, Needed now in learning and teaching.
plus Merlin Crossley (UNSW) on the power of learning locally. “The real interactions students have with their teachers and with each other will sit within their memories and help shape their identities.”
with Peter Woelert (Uni Melbourne) on administration burdens in universities – the where, why and what can be done. “What may look like increased administrative efficiency if one looks from the top-down may actually look considerably less so if one looks from the bottom-up,” he writes.
And in Expert Opinion
Brett Mason talks about his new book on the achievements of Florey and Oliphant (episode 17 HERE)