The Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education has developed a suite of resources and professional development opportunities to support dual delivery teaching and learning.
Workshops and seminars
Certificate in Small-Group Teaching
A professional development program for those new to university teaching and those interested in solidifying their understanding of key principles and practices of effective teaching and learning.
Melbourne Teaching Certificate
A cohort-based professional development program for University of Melbourne academic staff completed across one semester.
Technology Enhanced Learning Boot Camps
A series of week-long professional development activities that explore different aspects of TEL through four different modes, including reading guides, webinars, expert panels, and interactive online workshops.
Teaching and Learning Seminars
This seminar series presents research-informed ideas and good-practice examples for improving student engagement and the quality of learning.
Teaching a dual delivery subject (staff login required)
Discover a range of general guidance and resources about teaching dual delivery subjects.
Designing authentic mobile learning
Explore how to use mobile devices to engage, enhance, augment, and even redefine how students learn.
Effective feedback in digital learning environments
Discover a range of digital tools and their benefits, challenges, and design considerations to assist with the delivery of feedback information in DLEs.
What is student engagement on online learning...and how do I know when it is there?
Advice on what successful online student engagement might look like and how to incorporate interaction in the development and delivery of your online subjects.
Approaches to dual delivery teaching to support student engagement
Hear an overview of the main approaches to dual delivery teaching and outline some research-informed educational principles to guide the design of activities to engage students in these approaches.
Designing interactive and engaging lectures in dual delivery teaching
Hear from your colleagues about the practices and strategies that they have used to design and deliver interactive and engaging classes for dual delivery.
Dual delivery teaching in practice
Hear from Dr Michelle Rank and Dr Grace Thompson who discuss practices and strategies they have used to support online and dual delivery teaching.
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.
Maintaining communications with students in dual delivery teaching
Jessica Welch and Dr Sarah Frankland discuss practices and strategies they have used to support online and dual delivery teaching.
Supporting experiential learning in dual delivery teaching
Dr Sarah Austin and Associate Professor Sandra McLaren share strategies and tools to support experiential learning in online or dual delivery mode.
Icebreakers for small groups in BSL 'lite'
Dr Samantha Marangell shares examples of icebreakers that can be used in dual delivery teaching without much technology.
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).