THE-ICE Webinars

THE-ICE Webinars

THE-ICE Webinar Series is intended to support THE-ICE members with sharing information related to how individual member institutions are delivering programmes under the COVID-19 crisis. All members are encouraged to participate and share strategies, platforms, and techniques they have utilised, including details of approaches that have been particularly successful but also areas, subjects, and modules where they have yet to find a solution.


Please note that attendance at and participation in THE-ICE webinars is for representatives of THE-ICE member institutions only. However, recordings of these webinars will be made available here after the event.


HELI’s professional development webinars

HELI have developed a broad range of webinar topics designed as professional development opportunities. The aim of the webinars are to assist higher education practitioners to come together in a neutral setting to discuss topical issues and to gain insight into cutting edge practices. These webinars are exclusively free for THE-ICE members as part of the Business Alliance Agreement.

Webinar Identifier Webinar Title and Registration Link Date Time
THE-ICE 2020/7 Scholarship in Higher Education Tuesday, 20 October 2020 17:00 (AEDT).
Duration 1 hr
THE-ICE 2020/8 Best Practices in Higher Education Teaching and Learning Tuesday, 1 December 2020 17:00 (AEDT).
Duration 1 hr

Previous webinars


Webinar 1: HELI webinar COVID-19 and Online Teaching & Learning


Webinar 2: Alternative approaches to teaching delivery under COVID-19 (apps and simulations from the perspective of providers & users)

Resources:

Russell Partnership Technology – COVID 19 Response Plan

Assistance from STR SHARE Center – Supporting Hotel-related Academic Research and Education


Webinar 3: Alternative approaches to assessment and examination under COVID-19

Resources:

Dr Mieke Witsel – Constructive alignment & effective assessment design in a pandemic landscape

Ms Julia Caldicott – Work Integrated Learning Amazing Locations

Mr David Hayes – Jungle Cat online assessment platform


Webinar 4: Online Simulations and Certification Training, Russell Partnership Technology & STR SHARE Center

Resources:

Mr Peter Russell – Russell Partnership Technology

Mr Steve Hood – STR SHARE Center


Webinar 5: Supporting staff and colleagues through COVID-19

Resources:

Ms Jane Gentle – A Human Resource Perspective

Professor Marcus Stephenson – Steps to support students, a case illustration from Sunway University (Malaysia)

Professor Jane Ali-Knight – Tips for Surviving Lockdown and Staying Well and Healthy


Webinar 6: HELI webinar – Fundamental Principles of Online Teaching and Learning


Webinar 7: Tourism and hospitality after the pandemic: exploring the effects of COVID-19 and its impact on TH&E industries and higher education

Resources:

Mr Tony Gothard – Impact of and reaction to COVID-19 of Luxury Escapes, and the future of education

Mr Steve Hood – COVID-19 hotel industry update for THE-ICE


Webinar 8: The ‘Tricky Bits’ of Curriculum Management During the Crisis: internships/placements and practical classes.

Resources:

Ms Olivia Turner – Dubai College of Tourism – The ‘Tricky Bits’ of Curriculum Management During the Crisis: internships/placements and practical classes


Webinar 9: Managing Staff and Virtual Teams in an Online Workplace


HELI Webinar Recordings

Webinar 1 – Fundamental Principles of Online Teaching and Learning

Click here to view webinar recording (5th May 2020)

Click here to view webinar recording (4th February 2020)

The Higher Education Leadership Institute is pleased to offer a topical and current webinar touching on teaching and learning in the online space. This webinar is designed to provide participants with practical insights into the fundamental principles of online teaching and learning.

Key words: Online delivery; Engaging and varied course content; Understanding limitations of online delivery; Clear and concise communication; Engaging with, and supporting your students; The water cooler factor.

  1. Characteristics of online student cohorts – How are online students different and what factors contribute to their success?
  2. Engaging and supporting students online – Developing and using engaging and varied content – Why engaging participants online is so important.
  3. Developing online courses – Understanding limitations of online delivery. The cognitive model of multimedia learning.
  4. The role of a lecturer in an online environment – The water cooler factor. The change of the lecturer’s role: from presenting content to facilitating learning.

Webinar 2 – Foundations for Higher Education Course Development and Review

The Higher Education Leadership Institute is pleased to offer a topical and current webinar relating to higher education course development and review. This webinar is designed to provide participants with insights into the foundations of Course Development and Review in Higher Education.

Key words: Learning design; learning outcomes; constructive alignment; assessment; monitoring and review.

  1. Principles of course design and development
  2. The impact of delivery mode and integrating technology into a course design
  3. Backward design – the course development process
  4. Course evaluation and review

Webinar 3 – Best Practices in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

Click here to view webinar recording (16th June 2020)

The Higher Education Leadership Institute is pleased to offer a topical and current webinar exploring best practices in higher education teaching and learning. This webinar provides students with an overview of learning and teaching practices:

  • Principles of learning and teaching
  • Effective teaching practice and methods
  • The use of technology in contemporary higher education

Webinar 4 – Scholarship in Higher Education

The Higher Education Leadership Institute is pleased to offer a topical and current webinar exploring scholarship’s place in independent higher education. This webinar will explore the value to providers, staff and students of nurturing a culture of scholarship that encourages, supports and rewards a broad range of scholarly activity beyond traditional research.

  • Maintaining academic, practitioner and teacher quality and currency through scholarship
  • Relevant scholarly activities beyond traditional research
  • Scholarship’s role in evidence-based teaching and learning practice