LF Press

Category: TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning)

How do I use PebblePad for a Reflection activity?

PebblePad is a great tool to adopt if you want your students to create an eportfolio… but the buck doesn’t stop there. You can create resources… Read More

Find out why your peers are using PebblePad

PebblePad offers a range of functions and features to support a variety of student-centred teaching and learning activities. Do you want to hear from… Read More

CYO YouTube captions | A+ for Accessibility

The last decade has seen video content become an integral component of the Learning & Teaching toolbox.  As Flipped, Hybrid, Work-Integrated and Online models of… Read More

Putting the AR in Art

Are you still feeling a bit confused about VR, AR and MR? To help you get more of a handle on augmented… Read More

Around the web: Higher Ed Twitter chats, Google ‘stories’ and Facebook data

Welcome to Around the web, where every couple of weeks we’ll share (hopefully!) interesting links to articles, posts, Tweets and more covering learning and teaching,… Read More

The ‘flop-side’ of flipping: A student perspective

Caroline Steel (Blackboard’s Strategic Educational Consultant for APAC) has produced a succinct blog post, “Why do flipped classrooms sometimes flop?”, looking at… Read More

Welcome to Michael Sankey – our new Deputy Director

Learning Futures is thrilled to welcome Professor Michael Sankey as Deputy Director, Learning Transformation. Michael started in this role on the 12th March and is… Read More

On the Circuit: Upcoming Conferences & Events

Our regular On the Circuit posts will keep you up to date with upcoming opportunities to attend and participate in diverse conferences and events Nationally… Read More

Faculty Story: Active learning through online simulations

Learning Futures has published a new Faculty Story featuring Associate Professor Gui Lohmann, Head of Aviation and… Read More

Everything you wanted to know about using PebblePad but were afraid to ask

PebblePad was officially introduced at Griffith in T1, 2017 (Really, only last year?) and the interest and uptake has been amazing.  Heading into our second… Read More

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