ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast
By Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE)
ASCILITE Wavelength PodcastMay 01, 2022
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 8
In this episode, we hear from the ASCILITE Learning Design Special Interest Group. Keith Heggart talks with Mitchell Parkes about Cognitive Load Theory and its impact on learning design and with Patsy Polly and her use of learning innovations to help students build skills for the future.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 7
Charlotte Phelps, Christian Moro and James Birt from Bond University dissect and define the various types of immersive reality--virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR). They also discuss some of the consideration from a technological and a pedagogical perspective.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 6
In this episode of the ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast, we talk with the leaders and participants of the ASCILITE Women in Academic Leadership Initiative. We hear about how the program developed, its outcomes, and where to next for the program.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 5
In this episode, Michael Cowling discusses the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) with Angela Carbone, Director of the AAUT Awards. David Porter chats with ASCILITE recipients of AAUT Awards, and our students talk about what univerisities need to prioritise as we learn to live with COVID.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 4
In the March 2022 ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast, Michael Cowling chats with Michael Milford about science communication and its value in learning and teaching. Amanda White completes her series on staff addressing academic integrity at the coal face. "The Student Voice" examines students motivations for pursuing tertiary education.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 3
In February's ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast, Michael Cowling chats with Michael Blumenstein about the challenges of teaching in the computer sciences and if artificial intelligence will take our jobs. Amanda White continues her series on staff addressing academic integrity at the coal face. "The Student Voice" examines barriers and enablers to effective study.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 2
In January's ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast, Michael Cowling chats with Sally Kift about scholarship of learning and teaching and what is needed for tertiary education to continue to innovate. We feature the first of a three-part series examining the work of staff addressing academic integrity at the coal face. "The Student Voice" examines student support services.
ASCILITE Wavelength Episode 1
In this episode, Dr Joanne Orlando, Western Sydney University, talks about Life Mode On, her new book, and strategies we can use for digital well being. Professor Michael Sankey shares his reflections on technology-enhanced assessment--where we have been and the possibilities going forward. Students from across Australasia share their insights on the future of education in "The Student Voice".