Videos, modules and interactive media

We can provide eLearning resources tailored to your courses, programs and assessment to develop your students’ academic, researching and digital skills. Explore the examples below.

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Learning@Griffith eLearning module

This is an example of an eLearning resource module which scaffolds students through various aspects of their assignment, from identifying a problem in a case study to researching that problem to writing a report with proper referencing. It is organised in tiles containing videos, H5P, narrative text, and relevant links presented in a way that reflects how the current course is presented to students. This module has been live since 2014. We have updated content and presentation regularly to reflect changes in assessment task.

Spot fake news with H5P

This H5P, Spot fake news, provides a timely, creative reminder to students not to believe everything they read. It was created in response to a request from an academic requiring students to find and report on up to date information. We have created a number of these interactives and are happy to discuss new opportunities for reflecting assessment literacy support in this manner.

Come Sway with me!

As more courses are using Microsoft Sway in presenting content, we have used this format to seamlessly offer support to students with assessment literacy. Our Microsoft Sways have videos, H5P interactives and narrative text embedded to support student learning, and can cover generic topics, such as Using Infographics, and Video Presentations, or can be tailored to support your students in their assessment task.

Video Playlist for Academic Literacy

The Library collaborated with academics and Learning and Design Consultants in Griffith Health to develop a collection of videos that teach academic and library skills. These playlists are available at the students’ point-of-need in their Learning@Griffith course site; and include over 20 videos addressing skills including writing, referencing and study skills.

Articulate rise module

Griffith’s rapid COVID-19 transition to online teaching provided an excellent opportunity to partner with Griffith Law School academics to flip the previous workshop approach. We used Articulate Rise to create a new self-paced module for students to complete, which was embedded in the course Learning@Griffith site. This module packaged a new suite of legal research videos with other supporting content to improve student learning outcomes and allowed academics to monitor student engagement and progress.

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