Improving Student Agency with Blended Learning
Professor David Sadler talks about the social imperative of leveraging MOOCs to offer education to all in Tasmania as the only university in the state. He highlights the importance of improving students’ interaction in blended flexible learning space, the impact of cultural diversity and understanding the student experience and mapping it to hygiene factors that affects success.
We find out what critical factors and strategies have UTAS identified and put in place to encourage a more positive student attitude, and to motivate students to engage with digital and face-to-face learning environments.
David will join University of Western Australia from the University of Tasmania, where he is DVC (Students and Education) in October 2017.
This interview was filmed at the Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation’ Conference 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.