12.30-1.30pm, Wed 19th April 2017
Seminar Room 515, Level 5, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
Professor Gregor Kennedy, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Educational Innovation, The University of Melbourne; and Professor Raoul Mulder, Associate Dean, Academic Innovation & Advancement, Faculty of Science, The University of Melbourne
The Flexible Academic Programming Project (FlexAP) was initiated by the Vice-Chancellor in 2015. The project was developed to consider the challenges the University faces in designing and delivering the highest quality teaching and learning experiences for both staff and students in the 21st century. Eight Working Parties consulted widely throughout 2016 and in late February 2017 the first two Green Papers were released for discussion.
The Harnessing Virtual Infrastructure Green Paper examines the University’s educational technology landscape and its capacity to support the University’s current and future pedagogical needs. The Large Undergraduate Subjects Green Paper explores the challenges of teaching, learning and assessing in high-enrolment undergraduate subjects.
In this seminar, the Chairs of the two respective working parties, Professor Gregor Kennedy and Professor Raoul Mulder, will report on the key findings and recommendations in each report, discuss the implications for teaching and learning and seek staff feedback.