We have built a collection of resources to help you familiarise yourself with the processes and possibilities around blended, online and active learning. Explore the resources and modules below or search through the full LTLT Resource Library.
- DLS Intensive Curriculum Re-design Project model
- DLS: Funding for academic staff participation in projects
Blended and online learning
- Blended learning: Overview and guidelines
- Blended learning: Models and examples
- Blended learning: Flipping the classroom
- Planning a blended learning design
- Asynchronous online discussion
- Five simple online alternatives to the traditional face-to-face tutorial
- Radical ideas for online learning
- Video conferencing: Non-interactive video conferencing phase out
- Video conferencing: What is interactive and non-interactive?
The University of New South Wales Learning to Teach Online Project is a free library of professional development resources. The below modules are good starting points.
- Why is online teaching important?
- Conducting effective online discussions
- Engaging and motivating students (in online environments)
- Considerations for choosing technology for teaching
- Curated videos, exemplars, useful guides and other resources
- Discover our curated collection of specialised digital learning resources.
- Search through the LTLT Resource Library for guides and exemplars for innovative and blended teaching and learning.
- Participate in learning and teaching communities by finding conferences, journals and other resources which support conversations about curriculum, learning and teaching.
- Article: An 'Easy Button' for Video Production, Campus Technology, 2014