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Online Collaboration

Tutorial Lesson Plans

Tutorial Lesson Plans are guides for educators to what students have to learn and how; using appropriate learning activities and strategies to obtain feedback of student learning (Milkova, 2015). With online tools it becomes easy to share these plans in a shared space, and even exchange feedback after the tutorials.

Rules of Engagement

Rules of Engagement activity intends to develop student responsibility of organising group work and living up to their responsibilities to the group. This is achieved by having the team members define roles and responsibilities (rules of engagement). The most appropriate tool for this activity is a Google Doc although a course wiki may also be used.

Concept Chat

Concept Chat is intended to identify and discuss course key concepts. Students in small groups, using synchronous messaging systems: such as Twitter, Nurph or Today’s Meet, summarise the key concepts that have been covered during the lecture.

How We Live in the World

Rhett D’Costa, Fran van Riemsdyk, Dr Phil Edwards, Lo Man Him Virginia, Grazyna Rosinska (Melbourne), Komen Tang (Hong Kong)

This project investigates how Online Collaborative Learning (OCL) can be used in different locations to initiate communication and
generate ongoing discussion. The guiding principal is to adapt and utilise a user-friendly online platform for students to engage


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