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The year 2020 hasn't exactly gone according to the plan. But creative lecturers and tutors from across the University of Sydney were up for the challenge, thinking outside the box to support students and keep them learning online.
Here are five ways the University of Sydney is delivering innovative learning online.
How's this for a commute: instead of tapping on to public transport, some Psychology students are logging in to campus via take-home virtual reality headsets. From their bedrooms, the Virtual Reality Therapy class is able to gather in a virtual laboratory where they can handle virtual spiders to learn about phobias and adjust their avatars' body mass indexes to learn about eating disorders. Read more about virtual classes at University of Sydney
Tutor Liam French of the Business School transported his Logistics and Supply Chain Management students to warehouses, shipping yards and even Singapore using next-gen hardware. Through cameras and drones, students have been able explore real locations from perspectives that they’d never get on the ground IRL.
For a second, it looked as though professional placements were on hold for Speech Pathology students during lockdown. But not so fast – Clinical Educator, Annie Chan, quickly introduced [email protected]: an online playroom where young children engage in fun, language-enriching activities devised and led by our own students.
As an alternative to PowerPoint presentations, Associate Professor Kellie Charles, Nicholas Randal and Brooke Storey Lewis of the Sydney Medical School introduced Lightboard videos in class, drawing medical diagrams in real-time, allowing students to follow complicated theories, one step at a time.
“I'm loving the Lightboard videos,” one student says. “You understand the mechanisms and aren't overwhelmed with a complicated Powerpoint. And it's nice to see the teacher's face!”
Taking learning online has led to collaboration with industry partners around the world. Remote and Rural Enterprise Program students have found ways to connect with indigenous organisations in remote Australia – some from as far away as the USA.
“The pandemic showed me that remote learning can be done,” says Bachelor of Commerce student Sachin Shah. “I haven't had a lot of disruption because our tutors are really invested in us and it's easy to keep motivated when you've got a real organisation and people you're working with.” Also the students of University of Sydney are collaborating with social entrepreneurs online amidst the COVID pandemic & are continuing to thrive.
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