Dr. Mark KingDirector of Educational Delivery Services
University of New South Wales
UNSW is investing an additional $500 million into education initiatives over the next 10 years to increase the quality of student learning experiences, the programs and courses it provides as well as the quality of its teaching. As part of this initiative, UNSW is developing 660 online and blended courses that 75% of undergraduate students will experience in the next five years. In line with the University’s vision and the resources and funding it has allocated, is a shared curriculum framework, course learning design models and tools as well as student-centred guides. UNSW is also developing a capacity building strategy in partnership with faculty to support staff to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to work successfully in the more intensive digital learning environments.
This session will outline the UNSW strategy and the various education initiatives on curriculum, programs and course development, and associated capacity building for staff:
- Developing blended and online learning
- Designing for micro credentialing course components
- Providing capacity building for teachers and developers with a focus on new literacies and skills capabilities