Digital Object-Based Learning PD workshops

Wooden Mask, Wooden Coffin; Anatomical Model
University of Sydney, UA2012.1047 Wooden Mask, NMR.28.1-3 Wooden Coffin; SC1998.24 Anatomical Model

The Chau Chak Wing Museum’s Academic Engagement Program invites you to a professional development workshop on Digital Object-Based Learning (OBL) skills. Join us for a 60 minute session to explore how Chau Chak Wing Museum objects can be powerful tools to enhance your students’ online learning experience. These interdisciplinary sessions allow small groups to practice a deep-dive into OBL pedagogy whilst using the scientific, art, natural history, archaeological and cultural collections in the Chau Chak Wing Museum.

The sessions will be facilitated by Dr Eve Guerry and Jane Thogersen, Chau Chak Wing Museum Academic Engagement Curators. For any queries please email [email protected].

Tuesday 28th September 12-1pm
Thursday 30th September 12-1pm

The sessions will take place over Zoom. Details will be emailed to all registered participants in the week prior to the session.

Click here to Register
More from Jane Ingrid Thogersen

Using Object-Based Learning to Introduce Cultural Competency and the Social Determinants of Health to First Year Pharmacy Students

Many pharmacy students will find themselves working in diverse clinical contexts where...
Read More