The new Learning Futures website is now live, as part of the University wide web transformation project. In addition to embracing the fresh new Griffith web look and feel, we have redesigned our navigation and created new, up to date and relevant content. Keep reading for a brief overview of some of the key sections on our new site.
Learn more about the Griffith Learning and Teaching Capabilities Framework, and professional learning programs such as the Teaching for Learning Series, the Course Enhancement Series and the Program Directors’ Leadership Series. There is also a new page containing overviews of some of our key workshops offered throughout the year. Find out more about online tools for professional learning (such as ExLNT (Explore Learning and Teaching) and Develop), the Graduate Certificate in Higher Education and Peer Enhancement of Teaching and Learning.
Access course design and development resources and opportunities, including Course Analytics@Griffith, the Peer Assisted Course Enhancement Scheme and online learning experiences that will guide you through some of the core aspects of designing and developing your course. You will also find a link to the Course Learning Outcomes builder and resources for supporting ePortfolios at Griffith and the Griffith Graduate Attributes.
Learning and teaching technology
This page is a must see for anyone using technology in their teaching at Griffith. Find out more about Griffith supported learning and teaching technology with the Tech Ecosystem tool, and access sites designed to support the implementation of various new technologies, such as the adaptive learning tool Smart Sparrow, the active learning tool Echo360 and PebblePad, Griffith’s Personal Learning Environment. There are also links to find out more about the CYO (Create Your Own) Video Studios and a brief overview of Learning Futures’ work in the area of emergent technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and 360-degree video.
Find out more about how Learning Futures is working with the Griffith community in several areas of strategic activity to build program leadership. Learn how you can be part of the Program Leaders’ Network, attend one of the network’s monthly lunchbox sessions and access face to face professional learning opportunities and online professional learning resources.
This section explores Learning Futures partnerships and collaborations with institutional, regional and national communities and networks. You can also find out more about some of the collaborative projects we have worked on with members of the Griffith learning and teaching community (this is a growing list!).
We hope you find the new site useful and we are interested in your feedback. Feel free to contact us with any comments and suggestions. The site is a continual work in progress and will be evolving as we add to and organise our content to make it easier for you to find the support and resources Learning Futures offers to the Griffith learning and teaching community.