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Certificate in Online and Open Learning (COOL)

Certificate in Online and Open Learning (COOL)

The Certificate in Online and Open Learning (COOL) is a flexible post-graduate program offered by the Office of Open Learning to help prepare instructors for designing, developing, teaching and evaluating high quality online, open, hybrid, and technology-enhanced, courses and programs. The program is designed with a high level of flexibility for busy academics and graduate students, allowing them to tailor their learning to their own interests and needs, as well as recognising that there are many different ways to gain knowledge and skills. How long does it take? The program is designed so that it could be completed within one year. We understand that life is messy though, and most people will likely take up to two years to complete. What is the time commitment? The COOL is a post-graduate program that involves independent study, synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities, engagement with literature, creative activities, mentoring, and development of an ePortfolio at the program level. Learners can expect to commit 5-10 hours per week to the program, depending on their personalised learning pathway.
At this time, there are no upcoming events in "Certificate in Online and Open Learning (COOL) ".
Open Learning Community of Practice

Open Learning Community of Practice

Please join us for an informal discussion and community on the practices of designing and teaching in a technology-enhanced environment. These are monthly gatherings of colleagues in the planning, building and teaching stages of technology-enhanced courses- come learn something new, or get inspired to think outside the classroom! Our Community of Practice will meet once a month (with coffee!), we encourage you to register for each offering, and invite you to bring a colleague along! Each month, an Open Learning team member or a friend from campus (or beyond!) will offer a brief summary of a new tool or practice that may be useful in your teaching practice. We encourage you to bring what you are working on, any challenges you're conquering, and any successes you've had with teaching in a technology-enhanced way.