Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

DLT 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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26 Oct 2018 Online
10:00 am
Adobe Connect Workshop - Advanced
This 45 min workshop will introduce a number of Advanced functionalities for CSU’s remote delivery platform: Adobe Connect. It builds upon content covered in the preceding ‘Basics’ workshop.
Everyone
30 Oct 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Digital Literacy - introducing new student and staff resources
Digital literacy provides students with the skills they need to navigate our ever-changing world. Introducing Digital Literacy as a Graduate Learning Outcome ensures that we is creating graduates who are flexible and adaptable users and creators of information. This 30 minute presentation will showcase two new resources. One is aimed at leading students through what it means to be digitally literate in the world today, the other has some practical strategies and ideas for embedding the Digital Literacy GLO in your subjects and courses.
Everyone
15 Nov 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Using the Online Moderation System
This session is a general guide to using the Online Moderation system. It is useful for new and sessional staff and a refresh for those who want a reminder of how it works.
Everyone
28 Nov 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Writing Assessment tasks in alignment to outcomes and marking criteria
This workshop will assist you with writing assessment tasks that align to subject learning outcomes. We will consider the subject in the context of the course and what level of thinking is required for students to complete assessment of the subject. Using this framework we will develop assessments using a template with a worked example and then follow up with review questions. There will be opportunities for Q&A during the session. The session will be useful for staff developing subjects and reviewing alignment in already existing subjects
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
29 Nov 2018 Online
1:00 pm
Writing Assessment tasks in alignment to outcomes and marking criteria
This workshop will assist you with writing assessment tasks that align to subject learning outcomes. We will consider the subject in the context of the course and what level of thinking is required for students to complete assessment of the subject. Using this framework we will develop assessments using a template with a worked example and then follow up with review questions. There will be opportunities for Q&A during the session. The session will be useful for staff developing subjects and reviewing alignment in already existing subjects.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
05 Dec 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 Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
06 Dec 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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