6th Annual Blended Learning 2017 Summit
Improving Student Engagement & Experience through Digital Technology, Course Design and Innovative Teaching Methods
With technological advances made over the last two decades, students are no longer limited to learning in traditional classroom environments. For Australia’s tertiary sector, this means in order to remain competitive and remain relevant, teaching and learning practices are required to constantly adapt to new global realities.
Turnbull Government’s plans include taking $2.8 billion in public funding from Australia’s universities during the next four years. So now more than ever, it’s important to utilise existing technology and resources efficiently to deliver student centric learning outcomes.
In light of this, the 6th Annual Blended Learning summit agenda has been specifically designed to address these challenges through case studies and interactive sessions aimed at delivering practical strategies.
Learn how Australia's top Universities are utilising technology to deliver student centric learning outcomes, some of the featured case studies include:
- James Cook University: Positioning Students at the Centre of University Experience and Moving Beyond the Baseline
- UNSW: Enhancing Continuing Professional Development Programs for Teachers and Educational Developers
- Western Sydney University: On campus, Online or Both? - Whole of Program Blended Learning Project
- St Stephens College: Whole of Organisation Change for Implementing Blended Learning and Encouraging Active Learning
Who You Will Meet at Blended Learning 2017?
Dean / Associate Dean/ Deputy Dean of School
Dean / Associate Dean / Deputy Dean Teaching & Learning
Head of Teaching & Learning
Head of School
Director (Learning & Teaching)
Learning Skills Advisor
Blended Learning Advisors
Manager Teaching & Learning
What Others Have to Say
“A good opportunity to gain insight into current developments in blended learning - including the varied issues and approaches to delivering new learning opportunities”
“In many ways, it was an eye-opener for what is taking place in the blended learning space. An excellent toolkit in the making and very inspiring. The networking will be invaluable!”
“This was an excellent conference. There were plenty of networking opportunities and the presentations were engaging and relevant to issues facing large universities”