Given the present access difficulties faced by University of Melbourne students in China, it is imperative that teaching staff respond by transitioning content from existing face-to-face classes to a concurrent online environment.
The WCLA team are available to provide advice to FBE academics as we seek to support our students in China. Please contact them directly to arrange a consultation. They will be able to provide the following support:
- Alexandra Johnston (email@example.com): Transferring tutorials to an online mode
- Angela Paladino (firstname.lastname@example.org): Assessment Redesign; Redesigning content delivery to accommodate concurrent online environments
- Angelito Calma (email@example.com): Redesigning content delivery to online; Assessment Redesign; Managing Virtual Teams
- Austin Chia (firstname.lastname@example.org): Tutorial conversion support; Assessment Re-Design
- Miriam Edwards (email@example.com): Redesigning content delivery to online; Tools for online engagement
- Valerie Cotronei-Baird (firstname.lastname@example.org): Development of online activities to engage students in the face-to-face and online environment as well as across these environments; Assessment Redesign
Below are some resources to support academics with this transition.
WCLA Guide: Transitioning to Online Teaching to Support our Students in China
LE Guide: Supporting our students in China by transitioning face-to-face content online
Online learning information for staff preparing to teach students with travel restrictions due to novel coronavirus
Library Resources and Support Services
A checklist compiled by the Business and Economics library team covering all of the library resources and services staff can access to best support students affected by the travel ban