In the unit NEA2102 Architectural Design and Theory, students from different disciplines come together to work on real-life projects. For this project, students worked together to design an outdoor space for VU’s Werribee Campus. The collaboration between design and engineering students provided a unique experience for students to gain hands-on industry experience without even leaving […]Read More
“Doing a presentation in a very quiet Zoom classroom… it takes a lot of guts!”
What new skills have you learnt during your virtual teaching/learning? Let’s hear what new skills VU students have gained during their online studies in this short (3 min) video…Read More
Student voice: web accessibility through alternative formats
In the web accessibility for all series part 3, we are interviewing VU student Sharyl Brockett about her experience using the new web accessibility tool ‘Alternative formats‘ in VU Collaborate (Victoria University’s LMS). Sharyl explains that being vision impaired and studying online has its own set of challenges. What can we do to be more […]Read More
Student voice: online vs face to face learning
How does the online study experience compare to face to face learning? Let’s see what VU students had to say about this…Read More
Student voice: what is it like studying from home?
Receiving feedback from our students is essential in order to be able to offer the best possible study experience at VU. Let’s listen to what our students think of studying online and how their experience has been so far!Read More
Student voice: staying connected while studying online
At Connected Learning, we believe in staying connected. Let’s hear what students think about staying connected with VU while studying online.Read More
Trish McCluskey, Miriam Gelotte & Aleksandra Trifkovic. The VU Connected Learning team attended the 4th annual TEQSA conference last week. The theme of the conference was ‘Partnerships driving quality’. Trish McCluskey, Miriam Gelotte and Aleksandra Trifkovic spoke about ‘Partnering with Students to Co-Design Quality Learning on the Block’. The presentation emphasised how the Student-as-Staff program […]Read More
What is it about the VU Block Model that makes it so special?
Let’s hear what our students think of the VU Block Model:Read More
VU finalists for Academic Development Award
Victoria University has been recognised as a finalist in the Australasian Advancing Academic Good Practice Awards for 2019 for Students as Partners in Academic Development. Winners will be announced mid November. Let Connected Learning students as staff tell you about how they contribute to academic development in the video below, or at their presentation at HERSDA 2019. […]Read More
What makes a great teacher?
Let’s hear what VU students think makes a great teacher (maybe we can learn a thing or two!)Read More
Students ♥ VU
We went out and asked students what they love about Victoria University. We love that you love VU so much! Read More
What is it like being a Student as Staff at VU?
Our Students as Staff are our greatest asset and we say it often and with good reason. But what is it that they really do? Watch this video to find out:Read More
VU Students @ HERDSA 2019
During the first week of July, our students as staff (SAS) Jodie Gibbons and Aleksandra Trifkovic presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference held in Auckland, New Zealand. The topic of their presentation was ‘Students as Co-creators of Curriculum’ which was based upon the unique SAS contribution to each […]Read More