Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Professional Learning Calendar

Learning opportunities for full-time academic and sessional teaching staff are offered by a number of divisions and units across the university. The calendar can be filtered by faculty, or the search box allows you to search any words in the title or description.

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29 Aug 2018 Online
12:00 pm
The Tipping Point for AR/VR/MR (weimagine:MR)
The global augmented reality market is projected to reach more than $150 billion by 2020, with opportunities emerging in a number of fields including defence, education, manufacturing, logistics, retail and e-commerce. Rupert Deans, entrepreneur and founder of Australian-based pioneer, Plattar, will explore how augmented reality will transform the workplace, product development, the customer experience and the way we interact with the world. We will discuss how businesses are using augmented reality today and the future applications to watch.
Everyone
30 Aug 2018 Online
12:00 pm
The Rise of No-Code Platforms and the Democratisation of App Creation for Learning
Cogniss is a low/no-code platform disrupting how we use mobile app technology to solve pressing challenges. It combines a simple visual app building interface with powerful gamification, big data and AR/VR capabilities, allowing anyone without coding knowledge to create sophisticated apps for learning and behaviour change.
Everyone
31 Aug 2018 Online
11:00 am
Drop In - Sessional Staff
Drop in to this Connect session for help and support with all teaching and technology needs. Struggling with Interact2? Wrestling with Landing Pages? Wanting new ways to engage learners? Kellie Smyth can help you create a successful learning environment and use the right technology to do it. All questions are welcome.
Everyone
04 Sep 2018 Online
10:30 am
Drop In & Chat session about VR/AR/MR (weimagine:MR)
In addition to the range of online sessions on offer, the uImagine team is inviting academic and professional learning staff to grab a coffee and drop in to this informal chat session to explore the potential applications of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and/or mixed reality (MR) in higher education.
Everyone
05 Sep 2018 Online
12:00 pm
Integrating Mixed Reality Pedagogy into Higher Education (weimagine:MR)
Topic: Integrating Mixed Reality Pedagogy into Higher Education This is a Scholarship in Online Learning Group (SOLG) session presented as part of uImagine’s weimagine:Mixed Reality professional learning season. It consists of a 30 min presentation followed by a Q&A session, then open discussion on the affordances of mixed reality at CSU and the potential application of the Design-Based Research Approach.
Everyone
07 Sep 2018 Online
11:00 am
Drop In - Sessional Staff
Drop in to this Connect session for help and support with all teaching and technology needs. Struggling with Interact2? Wrestling with Landing Pages? Wanting new ways to engage learners? Kellie Smyth can help you create a successful learning environment and use the right technology to do it. All questions are welcome.
Everyone
14 Sep 2018 Online
11:00 am
Drop In - Sessional Staff
Drop in to this Connect session for help and support with all teaching and technology needs. Struggling with Interact2? Wrestling with Landing Pages? Wanting new ways to engage learners? Kellie Smyth can help you create a successful learning environment and use the right technology to do it. All questions are welcome.
Everyone
26 Sep 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Writing criteria and standards
Writing criteria and standards This workshop will be helpful for those writing criteria and standards for their assessment tasks. We will look at learning outcomes, the student actions based on the outcomes and writing criteria in alignment. Standards that differentiate the levels of achievement for each criteria will be discussed and principles for developing a rubric will be employed to create the marking scheme for an assessment task. This session is for FoAE & FOS
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
27 Sep 2018 Online
12:00 pm
'Open' PL Series - Session 2: Becoming Open
This session continues the ‘What is open?’ discussion to take an academic perspective - Who is talking about ‘open’? What are they telling us? It shares what is happening in Australia with open resources and textbook practices. It also explores the benefits and opportunities and challenges of being an ‘open’ academic through interaction with CSU practitioners in this space. Open Pathways online courses are discussed with a view to encouraging others to be involved. Presented by Julie Lindsay, Val Peachey, Leanne White and guest speakers TBC.
Everyone
27 Sep 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Writing criteria and standards
This workshop will be helpful for those writing criteria and standards for their assessment tasks. We will look at learning outcomes, the student actions based on the outcomes and writing criteria in alignment. Standards that differentiate the levels of achievement for each criteria will be discussed and principles for developing a rubric will be employed to create the marking scheme for an assessment task.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences

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