The 2010 Horizon Report for Australia and New Zealand was released today by the New Media Consortium. The internationally recognized series of Horizon Reports is part of the New Media Consortium’s Horizon Project, a comprehensive research venture
Wednesday, November 14th Prof. Long was attending the Digital Futures conference in Sydney when Radio National producer Kate Pearcy asked if he had time for a brief interview. Attached is a 9 min. 16 sec. grab from that interview, broadcast Saturday, November 17th, on the Saturday Extra Radion National morning show, presented by Geraldine Doogue.
Have a listen!
The University of Queensland has released its Strategic Blueprint for Support of Technology-enhanced Learning for 2012. The UQ teaching and learning community is committed to developing and providing educational experiences that will challenge our students and engage them in research, global issues, and development of 21st century learning patterns and skills.
Among the more exciting things going on in higher education today is the move to give students ownership of their own learning by refocusing student/academic interaction on things that most benefit from this face-to-face engagement and designing student-content interactions to be accomplished when and where its best for the student online. At UQ the 'big experiment' underway is with ENGG1200, Engineering Modelling & Problem Solving.