The stellar academics of the future will be more public, mobile figures whose online profiles will enable them to engage with a global community of life-long learners and audiences in the digital knowledge economy.
In this presentation, Jo Sullivan will describe the beginning of this journey for 600 academics in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Monash University.
The Monash Faculty of Arts has been building online presence through academic engagement on the mobile platform.
Built on the principle that the mobile content experience is fundamentally different to the static desktop or classroom experience, these offerings are tailored to the specific requirements of target audiences.
Such offerings and interactions will form a significant part of academic portfolio and become the building blocks for lessons, units of study, courses, research output.
Seminar: Monash Arts Learning & Teaching Seminar
Time: 12:30—2:00pm (Light lunch provided: 12-12:30 pm)
Date: Friday 27 September, 2013
Venue: N302, Menzies, Clayton Campus, Monash University Register: email@example.com
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