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Video Annotation

Kathy Douglas and Belinda Clarence

This pattern documents a process used in the Juris Doctor program to incorporate a video annotation tool into the delivery of curriculum involving simulations and role plays. Video annotation provides the opportunity for students to engage with video material in an active rather than passive mode, and can heighten collaborative group discussion and student reflection.

Clinical Coding—Virtual Work Integrated Learning

Trish Newstead, Diane Bates, Jeremy Sager

The School of Vocational Health and Science have recently begun delivering an Associate Degree in Health Science. In the second year of this two year program, students have a choice to specialize in Health Promotion or Clinical Coding. Clinical Coding is a relatively new job role in the health sector and there is an increasing demand for graduates to fill such roles.

Virtual Global WIL

Graham Airey

This pattern outlines an approach to work-integrated learning (WIL) which provides the opportunity for students to coordinate a global project across three time zones, mirroring the manner in which global business operates, and thereby providing students with valuable skills and developing graduate attributes.

Global Guest Lecture

Dr Marion Steel, Caroline Nguyen, Neha Munshaw-Bajaj and Kathleen Griffiths

RMIT University is a global university of technology and design, with three campuses in Australia and two Vietnam, as well as worldwide partnerships.

Currently, there is little interaction between teaching staff/students in Australia and those in Vietnam, and the current use of digital channels is limited.

First-year Education Student Personal Literacy Review

Wendy Warren, Cheryl Semple, Aneta Renieris, Gloria Latham and Jan Senior

First-year Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) learners studying literacy need to self-assess their own literacy skills in order to understand the development of literacy learning in children and to identify and teach literacy learning. Early feedback is vital for new university students and the assessment process needs to be efficient and useful for staff and students.

Using Cloud Technologies for Multi-Program Courses

Dr Mervyn Jackson, Pauline Porcaro, Neil Goudge

The problem is this project addressed was the emerging need to deliver online School based common courses that are high quality and highly inter-active. Previously the course was run online but the only suitable text was not engaging, had a high readability index, poorly described difficult concepts and had no student support or relevant interactivities.


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