About this session

We all know that learning and teaching online is more than just Zoom. How can you engage with digital technologies to amplify your teaching and your students’ learning beyond the room-to-Zoom transition?

When curating selected digital technologies to the needs of your learners and the nature of your course content, digital technologies can help amplify the student experience and democratise the learning environment to cater for internally and externally enrolled students, diverse learner groups and different types of course content across all disciplines.

In this interactive Zoom session, Dr Teegan Green will present a series of 5-minute lightning lectures with a 5-minute technology walk-through, to showcase four different UQ-supported digital technologies:

  • Padlet to connect students across internally and externally enrolled cohorts
  • H5P’s “The Chase” for the gamification of revision
  • Microsoft Flip to stream and create short video content for your course
  • EdStem (Ed Discussion Board) to administer a course wiki as a knowledge-sharing platform.

The session will conclude with an open Q&A discussion on practices using digital technologies in your courses. If you would like to send through discussion prompts or questions in advance, please email t.green@business.uq.edu.au. 


  • Dr Teegan Green, UQ Business School, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

Who should attend

  • Course coordinators
  • Lecturers
  • Tutors
  • Teaching support staff
  • Learning designers.

Benefits of attending

This session will enable participants to:

  • curate their technology toolkit and find new ways to digitally engage learners
  • cater for diverse learner groups with differing needs and differing levels of digital engagement across various technology platforms
  • develop their digital skillset and understand how UQ-supported technologies can be used, to amplify what they do 'on Zoom' and 'in the room.

About Ready to Teach Week Sem 1 2023

Ready to Teach Week is a bi-annual event, consisting of online and in-person activities designed to help you prepare course materials for the upcoming semester.


Online (via Zoom)