Successful applicants 2016

Successfully funded learning and teaching projects for 2016.


Project leader/s


Project title

Dr Farzad Alavi Fard

Economics, Finance and Marketing

Enhancing transnational business students' work-readiness and employability using a sustainable approach of WIL and work related simulations via multiple channels and locations

Joan Richardson

Business IT and Logistics

Personalising the Flipped Classroom - A System to Progressively Monitor Student Learning Efficacy in Real Time

Dr Gillian Vesty


Promoting Student soft skills and engagement in learning through simulations

Design and Social Context

Project leader/s


Project title

Ms Erika Beljaars-Harris

DSC College - Digital Learning Team

Improving the Student Experience through Learning Analytics

Dr Marianne Sison and Dr Alexandra Wake

Media and Communication

Global Work Ready: Enhancing employability through international internships

Soumitri Varadarajan

Architecture and Design

I Love Blended Learning: Enabling Learner Self Management (LSM) within Learning Management Systems (LMS)

Dr Olivia Guntarik

Media and Communication

Learning on the Go: Mobile-Learning and Indigenous Pedagogy

Science, Engineering and Health

Project leader/s


Project title

Roula Kyriacou

Medical Sciences

Development of an Interactive Digital Learning Space for Pathology Practicals

Madeliene Shanahan

Medical Sciences

Embedding Virtual RadiographyTM within the curriculum to enhance the student experience: Authentic learning in a safe environment using a multichannel delivery approach

Charles Thevathayan

Computer Science and Information Technology

Improving Student Experience and Retention through Student Specific, Learning Pathways and Problem Based Visual Constructivist Tasks

Emilio Badoer

Medical Sciences

WeLink: Networking students, staff, alumni and industry to enhance employability