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Thinking about using Microsoft in your teaching?

Associate Professor Gary Grant presenting at the Microsoft Summit at Griffith University in June. Recently in Explore Learning and Teaching, we’ve been fortunate enough… Read More

Innovation in TEL Snapshot 2019

Be part of the Innovative Picture at Griffith As further support for TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) at Griffith University, Learning Futures seeks to identify… Read More

4 reasons to come along to the Microsoft Office 365 + Teams Summit at Griffith in June

Did you know that Griffith is hosting a two-day Microsoft Office 365 + Teams in Learning and Teaching Summit in June? A… Read More

Prepare for teaching online in Trimester 2

This post was contributed by Di Selzer (Manager, Griffith Online). … Griffith’s… Read More

Supporting Employability: Program-wide use of PebblePad for ePortfolios

This post was contributed by Mrs Alison White (Senior Lecturer, School of Environment and Science). … The… Read More

Professional Video Editing in a ‘Rush’

Video is here is to stay, and we are all finding new and innovative ways to employ video to complement our teaching and learning in… Read More

PebblePad in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) – watch the video

Couldn’t make it to the special presentation by PebblePad CEO Shane Sutherland, exploring the role of PebblePad in the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)?… Read More

The role of PebblePad, the Learning Journey Platform, in the VLE

You’re invited to a special presentation by Shane Sutherland, the co-founder of PebblePad. In this presentation, Shane… Read More

Slide into view: Enhancing the design of your PowerPoint slides

We sometimes hear that students encounter PowerPoint slides that are text heavy and tedious. In this digital age, audiences have become savvier and… Read More

Goodbye O’Week…Hello T1

It’s that time of the year when we say Goodbye O’Week, and get down to the business of Trimester 1 (One). Here’s our curated list… Read More

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