The Learning and Teaching Technologies Advisory Group (LaTTe) provides direction and strategy on technologies for learning and teaching. LaTTe is the main channel for the identification and promotion of technologies that facilitate learning and teaching at the university and meets on the third Thursday of each month.
Key priorities for 2021
Oversee the further development of the Online Engagement and Teaching Hub (opens in a new window) as a primary resource promoting exemplar practices in flexible flipped and online delivery.
Guide the strategic direction of the Learn2Learn module (opens in a new window) that develops students’ self-regulated-learning skills.
Provide leadership in the Digital Content Engagement Strategy (opens in a new window) and adoption of a new platform to create online asynchronous content.
Guide the strategic development of academic facing dashboards that provide descriptive and diagnostic insights into students’ online learning experiences at a school and unit level.
Maintain an active watching brief on learning technologies deployed as proof of concepts or pilots. Technologies include:
- Blackboard Ally
- H5P content authoring platform
- Better Examinations
- Zoom-Enabled-Teaching Spaces
- Panopto Zoom ASR
Develop guidelines relating to the security and use of digital content used in learning and teaching.
Guide the strategic development of an online Learning Design Wizard that helps academics create engaging learning experiences for their students.
Would you like to get involved? Contact your LaTTe representative.
|2021 LaTTe Membership|
|Ms Lynnae Venaruzzo (Chair)||Learning Futures|
|Rosina Armstrong-Jones||Undergraduate Student Representative|
|Evelyn Nguyen||Postgraduate Student Representative|
|Dr Brendan Kirkland||School of Engineering, Design and Built Environment|
|Dr Jayne Bye||School of Business|
|Dr Ante Prodan||School of Computer, Data and Mathematical Sciences|
|Dr Lynde Tan||School of Education|
|Dr Liz Thyer||School of Health Sciences|
|Dr Nicole Bridges||School of Humanities and Communication Arts|
|Ms Elen Seymour||School of Law|
|Dr Bronwen Dalziel||School of Medicine|
|Ms Nikki Meller||School of Nursing and Midwifery|
|Dr Tim Griffin||School of Psychology|
|Dr Mark Temple||School of Science|
|Dr Ana Rodas||School of Social Sciences|
|Mr David White||The College|
|Associate Professor Daniel Saffioti||Information Technology and Digital Services|
|Ms Gina Saliba||Learning Futures|
|Ms Lisa Tyson||Library|
Propose a new learning technology
This document explains the pedagogical and business justification for adopting a new technology, based on the estimated costs (including implementation and incremental ongoing operations costs) against the anticipated benefits to be gained and offset by any associated risks. This case will be considered by the Learning and Teaching Technology Advisory Group (LaTTe).
- Making a case for adopting a new learning technology (PDF, 273.06 KB) (opens in a new window)