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Category: TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning)

Griffith innovations feature in the 2020 Horizon Report…yours could too in 2021!

Two (2) Griffith University innovations have been featured in the newly released … Read More

Collaborate Ultra…the time is now!

Many of you will be familiar with the use of Collaborate in [email protected] In case you missed the news earlier, Collaborate is no longer supported,… Read More

Become a FeedbackFruits Champion in T1!

Call for Participation As part of the VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) and e-Assessment Enhancement Portfolio of projects, Griffith Business School and Learning Futures are currently… Read More

Teaching in the VLE

Sharpen the implementation of ed tech to support empowering pedagogies while you learn & earn at your own pace. Earn badges for your application of… Read More

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

L&T Strategies shine at the Griffith Microsoft 365 Summit

Hands up a the Griffith University MS Summit 2019 Read More

Drop-in to explore Teaching Spaces in 30 minutes

New to Teaching Spaces at Griffith University? Digital Solutions are offering… Read More

Human Intelligence + Artificial Intelligence = Human Potential

Dr David Tuffley (Griffith Sciences) has recently published a fascinating article ‘Human Intelligence+ Artificial Intelligence = Human Potential’ as part of the ‘Law & Human Dignity In… Read More

If this…then that! Applying effective Adaptive Learning strategies in your Course right now

You use regular quizzes for both formative and summative assessment, but some students are still failing to grasp the content or Foundational Concept!… Read More