This workshop aims to support staff to adapt current on-campus learning experiences, to online asynchronous activities using tools which will be accessible for as many students as possible. A selection of cases will be provided giving examples of online alternatives for common teaching activities.

Workshop goals

  • Consider possibilities for creating engaging online activities
  • Model and support the transition of current learning activities to an online asynchronous environment
  • Explore a model for supporting student engagement
  • Identify the teaching roles and responsibilities involved in facilitating online discussion
  • Discuss online approaches to support students succeeding in our courses.


  • What makes an engaging experience?
  • Concerns about teaching online?
  • How do we make on-campus classes effective?
  • How do we make online activities work?
  • Enhancing and adapting learning activity plans
  • Connecting to students and supporting students to succeed with online discussions


Engaging with students online

Thu 5 Mar 2020 10:00am11:30am


Sir James Foots Building (#47a)