Charles Darwin University’s Teaching and Learning Development Group will host Dr Joe Luca from 21-23 November for a series of workshops on innovative technology and flexible delivery.
Blended learning, or learning that combines different modes of delivery, such as online and traditional face-to-face learning, is increasingly becoming an attractive option as new and innovative technologies become increasingly available. However, technology alone cannot provide effective and efficient solutions for teaching and learning. Solid instructional design and pedagogical approaches must be used in conjunction with blended learning for success.
Dr Luca will provide workshops from CDU’s Casuarina and Alice Spring’s campuses, about innovative technologies and flexible delivery.
He will also be available for individual and small group consultations (contact Mim Cole on 8946 7774 to book).
Joe Luca is a senior lecturer in interactive multimedia at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, and the Director of the Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications (CREATEC). He has published over 70 papers, book chapters and journal articles related to researching applications of computer technologies in teaching and learning.
Visit the Teaching and Learning Development Group website for further information about Dr Luca’s visit.
This workshop is part of TLDG’s professional development program.