Universal Design for Learning Coffee Course now 29 May – 2 June, 2017
Due to some unforeseeable circumstances, we’ve had to move the dates for the next coffee course on Universal Design for Learning back slightly. While originally set to begin on Monday, 1 May, the course will now run later this month, from Monday 29 May to Friday 2 June, 2017.
The course, which focuses on building inclusive online education for all students, now coincides nicely with the upcoming ANU Science Teaching and Learning Centre colloquium titled Inclusive Education: Making it Happen, on 2 June 2017.
In the meantime…
There are a great range of previous coffee courses to explore while we await the next one! All the material from previous courses is available online for you at any time. Please feel free to participate in discussions – we read all the comments. Check out the previous topics:
- Flipping the classroom – what does it mean and how do you do it?
- Academic integrity and Turnitin – what can Turnitin tell you about plagiarism and academic integrity?
- Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) – what are MOOCs and what is their impact on higher education?
- Engaging students online – how can you tell if students are engaged online, and how can you foster engagement?
- Open Educational Practice (OEP) – what is the open movement, and how does it benefit teaching and learning?
Questions and comments are welcome below, and we look forward to seeing you again in May!