Educational Resource development is undertaken at Griffith University by Learning Futures via two different streams:
- Griffith Online - Course Design and Development work undertaken via a prioritised programmatic planning process. Programs are chosen strategically.
- Innovation Projects - Resource Design and Development work undertaken via a cost-recovery model (funded via grants, etc.) ranging from Course design through to Application Development.
Academics work collaboratively with teams of highly talented and dedicated staff to achieve quality learning experiences and outcomes supporting student engagement, transfer of knowledge and facilitation of learning activities outside of the traditional classroom.
Educational resources are developed to utilize the range of features available in Learning@Griffith to facilitate such things as content creation, online assessment, communication, and collaboration.
Specialist audio and video resources can also be produced to further enhance blended and online learning.
To learn more about our professional development roles and examples of work, please see the left hand menu.
To learn more about the Learning Futures development teams, please visit the Learning Futures, Innovative Learning Design and Development Portfolio.