The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is a Commonwealth Government agency where I developed blended and online short courses.
Dharug Country: Presences, Places and People – ABST102 introduces students to Indigenous Dharug perspectives about Country, spiritual concepts including human and non-human ancestors, and the importance of connecting to place and belonging.
I produced over 100 short educational videos for the faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Macquarie University, as part of the elearning component of their new qualification, Doctor of Medicine (Macquarie MD).
COGS399 Cognitive Science in the Real World is and online unit designed for students about to graduate from university and enter the professional field. These 10 videos present a range of professional insights.
COGS 101 Delusions And Disorders Of The Mind And Brain is designed to provide students with an understanding of the basic cognitive disorders and higher-level delusions that can arise either developmentally or as a result of brain injury.
How do you capture the energy and excitement of setting up for a live music event? This 60-second promotional video was developed by SAE Institute film students under my supervision.
How do you teach university teachers about the day-to-day running of a maths course? First Year Coordinators In Mathematics – A guide to developing the role of First-Year Mathematics Coordinators in your university is a print and PDF publication produced for a Federal Government research consortium.
What is project-based learning? This short documentary follows SAE Institute media students as they make a music video.
How can technology be used to support learning? This short documentary, produced for a research consortium led by Macquarie University, explores a research project involving indigenous perspectives, tablets and inclusive design.
What’s in an Anthropology Major? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, outlines a range of Arts Faculty Majors.
How can physicians communicate more effectively with patients? This series of videos, produced for Royal Australian College of Physicians, outlines a range of communication techniques.
How do cultural issues impact upon the experience of international PhD candidates in Australia? This series of videos, produced for a research consortium led by Macquarie University, explores the complexities of candidate/supervisor interaction within a higher degree research context.
How valuable are inquiry and problem-solving approaches in science? This website and videos, produced for research project led by University of Technology, Sydney, explores alternative approaches to teaching science at university.
Does stress impact upon student life? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, explore a range of student issues including stress, anxiety and learning difficulties and how university staff can support these needs.
How do two university faculties collaborate to design and run a course? This short video, produced for Macquarie University, explores Information Technology within a Business and Economics context.
How complex is criteria-based assessment? This printed guide, website and video, produced for a research consortium led by Monash University, supports academics who are new to criteria-based assessment approaches in mathematics.
How valuable are your colleague’s opinions? This series of videos and website, produced for a research consortium led by Macquarie University, supports academics who are planning and preparing for peer review of teaching.
What can students expect when completing post-graduate learning? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, outlines various aspects of a course designed for post-graduate higher education students.
What is psychopathology? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, transforms a conventional face-to-face course to an online mode.
What are quantitative skills? This website and series of video, produced for a research consortium led by University of Queensland, explores the role of curriculum design in science.
How does sustainability related to learning? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, explores a range of perspectives and teaching approaches related to sustainable practices.
What support do students have on campus? This series of videos, produced for Macquarie University, supports students in areas including accommodation and balancing work with study.
Why is middle grey so significant in photography? This short documentary explores a range of cinematography and film making techniques.