Who can see your viewing activity?
Hi Denise and Greg, Does working with various parts of DLT as part of the Course / Subject review (e.g. assessment design, media) contribute or is it stand alone? Thanks
Hi Mark - this sort of work can certainly be considered as scholarly activity, provided there is something in CRO and evidence of reflective practice either in CRO or linked through CRO
@Mark you just need to articulate, via the reflection, your own contribution and the impact it's had or likely to have on the L&T experience for your students.
Love the site. Who is responsible for maintaining the page - for example when the Microsoft suite updates next?
could we see how something like that would be written up in CRO?
The guide (as an artefact) could be entered into CRO under Research output>Resource/Document
Can other schools/disciplines refer their students to this link for essay writing etc?
You would then enter a separate reflection into CRO and link it to the CRO guide entry
@Kath yes what Amanda said :) beat me to it
Paola Castillo Bautista
Absolutely Julia. Here is the link: https://sites.google.com/view/apawritingguide/home
Thanks Eddie - well explained model
Will CRO be organised so that L & T research and artefact output is clearly categorised that way?
There can be crossover, i.e. some artefacts will be both research and L&T, so they can be classified as both
There are category classifications under Activities where you can indicate the type of engagement (Academic, Community, Industry, Government) and the category types also provide guidance around whether the activity is considered research or L&T. Hope that helps!
All the guides herehttps://www.csu.edu.au/division/learning-and-teaching/home/Scholarship-Activities/help-with-scholarship
thank you very much
All the videos are quite short :)https://www.csu.edu.au/division/learning-and-teaching/home/Scholarship-Activities/collecting-and-reporting
You can see an example reflection here: https://researchoutput.csu.edu.au/en/activities/smart-environment-how-smart-you-can-really-make-it
all good thank you!
Thanks for this - very helpful.
Karthika Krishna Pillai
Thanks, very useful one.
Thank you very much
Thank you, really informative
thanks very much
Thank you all
Many thanks for this wonderful session.
Thank you. Very interesting presentation.
Thank you all!