Teaching, Challenges and Innovation Symposium 2017

The School hosted the second Teaching, Challenges and Innovation Symposium in November 2017, with the theme of online engagement.

The symposium showcased online teaching and engagement across Monash University and provided an overview, update on new practices, and discussions about challenges faced by the integration of online teaching. Discussions covered both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, innovations used, and challenges faced at a Faculty level, using an Integrated Science and Practice approach (iSAP), use of the Respondus program to facilitate exam conditions online, and the incredible array of support services that e-Learning and the Teaching Research Support Unit provides to teachers within our Faculty.

If you don’t want to miss out on the valuable updates and insights presented, you can download the key innovations and tools showcased via the link below. The PDF contains links to platforms, support services and useful theories about how to make online education more engaging.

Download the key innovations and tools (Monash authcate login required)

Download the presentation slides (Monash authcate login required)

The event organisers, Dr Basia Diug and Maria La China, sincerely thank the presenters and attendees, the Monash Education Academy, the Medical Education and Research Quality (MERQ) Unit, Council of Academic Public Health Institutions (CAPHIA) and the Monash Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences for their support of this successful event.

Read about and access the resources from the inaugural Teaching, Challenges and Innovation Symposium here.