Teaching at ANU
Tips, tricks and inspiration for teaching with technology.
Learn how to better support remote students and feel more confident about your remote teaching experience.
All about Teaching at ANU: This site is designed to provide quick, accessible resources and knowledge to enhance your teaching and provide a great experience for your students.
- Tips to thrive while teaching online in second semester (Interact blog post)
- Self-enrol Wattle Site - Designed for effective navigation, accessibility & engagement
- Teaching Remotely Wattle site - This Wattle site offers guidance to ANU staff looking for ideas and methods in teaching remotely
This SharePoint site was developed for academics at the Crawford School of Public Policy to help them create more interactive and engaging communities within their learning spaces.
Are you looking for a way to better connect with your students? Read some tips and tricks for creating a welcome video for your course and learn how the CLT Educational Designers and video gurus can help you prepare a video for semester 2.
Documentation for Wattle and other learning and teaching systems.
A Wattle site to help you Design and Build your course in Wattle:
Learn how to build your own e-portfolio"
A complete list of all softwares and systems available at ANU:
- Software and Systems page (Full list)
Learn at your own pace and in your own time about learning and teaching technologies.
- Self paced WATTLE training (Staff)
- Self paced Turnitin training
- Self paced Echo360 ALP training
- Self-paced ePortfolio training
Using technology in your course does not mean you have to start from scratch or reinvent the wheel. Learn from the experience of other ANU academics in these case studies.
Teaching online: Learn how to better support remote learning students and feel more confident about teaching online.
Tips to thrive while teaching online in second semester
Hybrid Teaching: Learn more about Hybrid teaching, a teaching mode which combines face-to-face and online teaching into one cohesive experience.
Hybrid teaching/dual delivery
Virtual Reality (VR): The arrival of highly immersive, affordable Virtual Reality (VR) headsets in recent years promised a step-change in experiential learning.
Experiencing the Impossible – Virtual Realities for Education
Exploring Learning Spaces at ANU: John Debs and VR
Engaging students in Zoom: Read how ANU academics are using Zoom breakout rooms, polls and other tools to provide a more engaging experience to students.
Teaching Remotely with Zoom – a series
Using Memes in your course: Memes in Teaching? Learn how you can harness your students as content creators.
Inclusive Learning: Assistive technology offers a growing array of opportunities to make life easier and more inclusive for people with disabilities. A significant feature is embedding disability specific technology into mainstream platforms for the benefit of all users.
Echo 360 ASR – Inclusive Learning
Compiling and re-using the ‘best of’ previous lecture recordings: Learn how you can re-use lecture recordings in a meaningful way.
Raiding the Treasure Trove
Interactivity in large group classes: Learn how you can maximised engagement and interactivity in a large-group mixed-cohort course.
Interactivity and COVID adaptation in large-group teaching: Torts Law
Assessments: Find out about the experience of ANU students and academics with Proctorio
Proctorio: the lived experience
Access more case studies from the Interact blog.