Watch recordings or view related materials from some of our 2021 events below. Please note that not all Melbourne CSHE events are recorded and listed here.
Supporting student connections in dual delivery teaching
Dr Antonette Mendoza and Rosa McCarty discuss supporting student connections in dual teaching modes (blended online and on-campus delivery).
Designing interactive and engaging classes for dual delivery teaching
Dr Carol Johnson and Prof Andrew Fisher share practices they have used to design and deliver interactive and engaging classes for dual delivery.
Finding your community in uncertain times: Can we build connections to foster enduring academic partnerships?
Dr Elisa Bone and Dr Siew Fang Law explore a case study of an Australian academic who worked in multiple countries in both academia and industry.
Dual delivery teaching in practice
Dr Sonia Horvat and Dr Claire Loughnan share practices and strategies that they have used to support dual delivery teaching and student learning.
Book launch: Leadership Transitions in Universities
Authors Dr Tom Kennie and Professor Robin Middlehurst explores how to maximise success and minimise the risks of transitions into and within leadership roles.
Icebreakers for dual-delivery small-group teaching
This workshop presents various icebreaker activities for small-group learning contexts (e.g., tutorials and seminars) which can be facilitated in a blended-synchronous delivery mode.
Mananging for Impact
Guest speaker Dr Jodi York draws on examples from research and client work to talk about what impact management is and how academics can leverage that knowledge so stakeholders can make more informed decisions about where and how they're placing resources.
Supporting experiential learning in dual delivery teaching
Dr Sarah Austin and A/Prof Sandra McLaren share strategies and tools they have used to support experiential learning in online or dual delivery mode.
Fostering teamwork and collaboration in dual delivery teaching
Dr Lisa Godinho and Christine Smith share strategies to build, foster and maintain effective teamwork and collaboration between students regardless of their study mode.
SoTEL showcase #1
The first SoTEL Showcase featured four best case examples of Technology Enhanced Learning from the University of Melbourne academic community.
Australian universities: Fault-lines and foul-ups
Professor Greg Craven reflects on his time as Vice-Chancellor of Australian Catholic University and the higher education sector.
Designing interactive and engaging lectures in dual delivery teaching
In this webinar, Dr Charles Sevigny shares practices and strategies he has used to maintain effective communications with students through online teaching.
Opportunities and barriers for improved research partnerships
Guest speaker Dr David Reid discusses some of the visible and invisible systemic, structural and cultural issues that hinder mutually satisfying collaborations and partnerships between universities and industry.
Rethinking the Lecture: A FlexAP Information Forum
Find out how to apply for funding of up to $10,000 to support subject coordinators of large (>300 enrolment) subjects.
- Maintaining communications with students in dual delivery teaching
In this webinar, presenters share practices and strategies, and their reflections on them, that they have used to maintain effective communications with students regardless of their study mode.
Higher education sector “diversity”: Has anything changed?
Professor Kerri-Lee Krause discusses the notion of sector “diversity” in Australian higher education, particularly the impact of government policy changes.
- Dual delivery teaching in practice
In this webinar, presenters share practices and strategies, and their reflections on them, that they have used to support online and dual delivery teaching.
Embracing research impact
In this webinar, guest speaker Dr Wade Kelly reviews La Trobe’s impact journey, how impact is being discussed, the challenges that impact presents, and the types of supports that are needed to support impact generation.
Involving consumers and community members into your research
In this webinar, researchers and a consumer in the Consumer and Community Involvement Program share experiences, strategies and barriers that aim to incorporate public voices within empirical research practices.
Approaches to dual delivery teaching to support student engagement
In this webinar, presenters provide a brief overview of the main approaches to dual delivery teaching at the University and outline some research-informed educational principles to guide the design of activities to engage students in these approaches.