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Facilitating sustainable, long-term enhancement of learning and teaching in WA universities.

WAND Small Grants Scheme Final Dissemination Event

The West Australian Network for Dissemination will host a combined dissemination event to celebrate the completion of projects funded by the 2016 WAND Small Grants Scheme. The following recipients will present the outcomes of their projects:

  • Curtin University: Mr Lionel Skinner & Associate Professor Steve McKenna: The impact of an online game on learning and teaching pedagogy on student engagement and learning outcomes: Final Report available at this link

  • Edith Cowan University: Ms Tania Visosevic & Ms Amanda Myers: How to create a Video Essay: Assignment of the Future!: Final Report available at this link

  • Murdoch University: Dr Lisa Cary & Mr Mike Bryant (Co-Leads), and Discipline Champions: Leading The Way: developing an advanced programme for leadership in learning and teaching scholarship: Final Report available at this link, or Full Report available here

  • The University of Notre Dame Australia: Professor Carole Steketee, Associate Professor Lisa Goldacre, Mr Nicholas Arnold, Mrs Helen Rogers & Dr Ainslie Robinson: Creating a 'generic language' shell to enable use of PrudentiaTM curriculum mapping software across disciplines: Final Report available at this link

  • The University of Western Australia: Dr Michael Ovens, Professor Andrew Lynch, Professor Erik Champion*, and Dr Susan Morris* for the project: Experiential Learning on the HTC Vive Virtual Reality Platform (*Curtin University): Final Report available at this link

Program: Arrive at 9.15 for coffee and a 9.30 start. Presentations will be given for all 5 projects finishing at 11.00am. This will be followed by refreashments and networking. 

If you are interested in attending please contact Natalie Davis [email protected]

Please note that the WAND Small Grants Scheme was a one-off distribution and will not be repeated this year.