Rethinking ageing: Are we prepared to live longer prepared by Lena Gan
This MOOC takes a multidisciplinary approach to explore the impact of living longer and takes into account the technological advancements, the built environment, economics and ethics to rethink what it means to ‘age well’ now and in the future.
Journalism skills for engaged citizens prepared by Elyas Kahn, Dr Margaret Simons and Dr Denis Muller
This is a course in basic journalism skills designed for citizens who are using new media to publish news, views and information. We cover writing skills, interviews, ethics, law and accessing public forums and documents. We also introduce basic investigative skills.
Modelling discrete optimisation prepared by Professor Peter Stuckey and Dr Carleton Coffrin
This class teaches you the art of encoding complex discrete optimization problems in the MiniZinc modeling language and then shows you how to effortlessly solve them by leveraging state-of-the-art open-source constraint solving software.
Assessment and teaching in the 21st century prepared by Professor Patrick Griffin and Sandra Milligan
Learn about ways to assess and teach new and emerging 21st century skills: we cover the nature of these skills, methods of assessment, interpretation and reporting of assessments, and their implications for teaching.
MOOCs at Melbourne prepared by the Learning Design team in Learning Environments
This poster shows key statistics relating to the University’s suite of MOOCs developed from 2013 to 2015, as well as those relating to the Essentials of Corporate Finance MOOC specialisation developed in 2015 in partnership with the Bank of New York Mellon.
Pedagogy perspectives – 2017 prepared by the Learning Design team in Learning Environments
Using case studies from three University of Melbourne MOOCs, this poster explores the importance of framing your learning and teaching activities around a specific pedagogical perspective to improve the learner experience and increase student success and engagement.
Creating a better educational video experience for learners prepared by the Learning Design team in Learning Environments
This poster has been developed as a quick reference guide to help teaching staff to consider a variety of production styles when designing their videos. It outlines some of the different approaches adopted in the University of Melbourne MOOCs.
FieldFriend for field-based learning and guided tours prepared by Learning Environments, Alexis Pang and Tony Weatherley
FieldFriend is an app and website combo for location-based activities such as field-based learning, guided tours and treasure hunts. This poster won the “Most Popular Poster Presentation” award at the inaugural MCSHE Teaching and Learning Conference 2017.