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“Async is hard”: Enhancing Interaction in Asynchronous Learning Environments


Asynchronous learning has become a significant part of higher education today, especially post-pandemic. With the increasing demand for flexibility and convenience, students told us…

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Transforming a pharmaceutical compounding unit using competency-based assessment and Universal Design for Learning (UDL)


Pharmaceutical compounding is recognised as a core pharmacy skill, both in Australia (1) and internationally (2). As part of their accreditation requirements, Australian University…

Person in occupational therapy with therapist training his dexterity at the rope board

Rethinking unit design to support students in entering Occupational Therapy 


This case study outlines an ongoing collaboration between Dr Joanne Hinitt, unit coordinator of OCCP1104 Analysing and Teaching Occupations, and educational designer Kria Coleman,…