Implementation of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) at Bond University
Bond University prides itself on providing students with a transformational, highly personalised and deeply engaging learning experience. Technological developments are driving change in higher education at an accelerated rate, and whilst there is strong evidence that Bond University already delivers superior student learning outcomes, we must not be complacent.
One of the key actions that Bond has articulated in the Strategic Plan is to develop new delivery methods that involve educational technology that enhance learning by supplementing staff-student interaction and exploring alternate modes of delivery.
The Office of Learning & Teaching ‘implementation of technology enhanced learning strategy’ is centred on our students, and the student learning experience. Our office seeks to support the use of high quality learning technology that enriches student experience and outcomes.
Strategic implementation plan priority areas
- Providing Bond University students with a dynamic, engaging and highly participatory learning journey.
- Building and contributing to a culture of educational innovation and willingness to embrace new ideas in learning and teaching.
- Equipping and enabling academic staff with the capacity and confidence to harness technology where appropriate, to enhance the student learning experience.
Strategic implementation plan principles
Benefits to students and staff
- Flexibility to reach their full potential in a 21st century online and mobile world.
- Provide a range of technologies and digital resources to support diverse learners.
- Promote participation in local and global learning communities through digital communication and collaboration tools.
- Enable access to learning technologies which enhance both on and off-campus learning through more interactive, creative and collaborative learning opportunities.
Future direction and focus areas
- Ensure that Bond University continues to be at the forefront of quality teaching and learning - maintaining our commitment to the student experience, personalised learning and educational innovation.
- Develop increased opportunity to build staff and student digital literacy through a variety of targeted approaches and mechanisms.
- Continue to collaborate and work with University stakeholders to develop a strong, robust and adaptable IT infrastructure to support new learning and teaching technologies, approaches and modes of delivery.
- Increase the sophistication of use of learning technologies, embracing the full range of opportunities within our current LMS, Classroom Recording software, Interactive Boards, Video Conferencing tools.
- Commit to responding with agility, flexibility and pragmatism to emergent challenges with rapidly developing learning technologies, using analytic insights to drive decision-making.
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