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Digitech, remix and design research for course /program-wide thinking and enhancement

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posted on 2015-01-01, 00:00 authored by Gail Casey, Annemieke Craig
This paper describes the initial stage of an exploratory investigation in which the authors aim to build course/program-wide thinking into a process aimed at supporting, documenting and sharing technology-rich practices, innovative teaching and active student learning. The investigation uses a remix lens, in an attempt to creatively consider the manipulation of resources and approaches for reuse, while supporting consistency across subjects/units within a course. The authors are working within Deakin University’s Course Enhancement Process, which is a major university-wide initiative that includes a framework of collaborative teams comprising academic and resourcing specialists working with faculty academic leaders. The Course Enhancement Process is flexible in its implementation and the authors aim to use the process to build a sustainable course-wide sharing and thinking approach within the Business and Law faculty at Deakin University, Australia.

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Event

International Conference on Higher Education Advances, HEAd’15 (1st 2015: València, Spain)

Pagination

103 - 110

Publisher

Universitat Politècnica de València

Location

Universitat Politècnica de València, València, Spain

Place of publication

València, Spain

Start date

2015-06-24

End date

2015-06-26

ISBN-13

978-84-9048-340-4

Language

eng

Publication classification

EN Other conference paper

Copyright notice

2015, The Authors

Editor/Contributor(s)

E de la Poza, J Domènech, J Lloret, M Vincent Vela, E Zuriaga Agustí

Title of proceedings

Proceedings of the HEAd'15 : International Conference on Higher Education Advances

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