This section has been designed to determine the extent to which you currently use information and communication technologies in the delivery of your course.
To provide learning content
- Online lecture notes, PowerPoints, recordings (also includes Lecture Capture, personal/desktop capture, Wimba archiving, or any audio or video recordings of any material considered to be learning content).
- Links to scholarly information (readings) and other resources (includes digitised readings, weblinks to readings, other content supporting documents)
- Interactive resources (includes online interactive learning activities, custom-built multimedia objects; CDROMs).
- Downloadable recordings of lectures
To communicate with or between students
Includes communication to enable sharing information/knowledge or active learning experiences.
- Real-time online text communictaion
- Discussion board
- Virtual classroom
- Voice-based communication
To assess student learning outcomes
- Electronic Learning Journals or ePortfolios
- Online assessment submission
- Online quizzes or tests
- Grade Centre
- Templates or practice activities or past exams
- Online surveys
To provide explicit support to assist students learning
- Text Matching Software
- Additional online learning support