Innovations in Teaching and Learning

Seminar series

This series of seminars has a strong focus on teaching and learning research and evaluation including case studies and empirical investigations of innovation in practice. Topics cover a broad range of teaching and learning innovations often focusing on the use of technology in higher education, but not exclusively so. The seminars are presented by a range of academics from both within the University and from other Australian and international universities.

These seminars are open to any member of the University and public. They are designed to stimulate discussion and reflection around teaching and learning innovation in higher education. The seminar format includes plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Seminars run fortnightly on Wednesdays between 1pm – 2pm.

For queries regarding the Innovations in teaching & learning seminars, please contact Sylvia Schaffarczyk or call +61 3 8344 8664

Jared Horvath

Pictured: Jared Horvath
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
Seminar: The Neuroscience of PowerPoint March 2015

Upcoming seminars

More seminars to be announced.


Videos and information on past seminars

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Michael Henderson

Pictured: Dr Michael Henderson
Senior Lecturer in ICT in Education, Faculty of Education, Monash University
Conditions for success: Technology Enhanced Learning - March 2015