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Approaches to Remote Delivery for multicampus teaching


Speaker: Graeme Salter1, Andrew Francis2, Anthony Maeder3, Stephen Weissenhofer4

Affiliation: University of Western Sydney1, University of Western Sydney2, University of Western Sydney3, University of Western Sydney4

Time: Monday 19/07/2010 from 14:00 to 15:00

Venue: Access Grid UWS. Presented from Parramatta (EB.1.32), Campbelltown (26.1.50) and Penrith (Y239).

Abstract: A current issue for university teaching is dealing with student needs and preferences for multimodal delivery - by different media, at different locations, and at varying times. This is even more challenging in the UWS situation of multiple campuses with similar catchment size, and the demographic character of GWS students who are often balancing study with employment and family/community obligations. In this seminar we will share some experiences and discuss future intentions in using UWS mechanisms supporting remote delivery of lectures including Access Grid and Lectopia.

Biography1: Graeme is a senior lecturer with the school of Computing and Mathematics.

Biography2: Andrew Francis is a Professor and ARC Future Fellow in the Centre for Research in Mathematics in the School of Computing and Mathematics at UWS. His research interests lie in algebra (finite reflection groups and Hecke algebras), in mathematical biology (evolutionary questions related to bacterial genetics), and in applications of algebra to biology.

Biography3: Anthony is a Professor of Health Informatics in the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics.

Biography4: Stephen is a lecturer with the School of Computing and Mathematics.

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