GoConqr – Online curation of resources such as images and videos for content, including a repository for user-created resources which may be kept behind an interest group wall. ClassHook – Online curation of popular (some of them anyway) videos classified according to the academic principles they demonstrate. Great for engagement and flipped classrooms.
Digital literacies for the health sciences – a useful and user-friendly site from LaTrobe University. Includes a digital literacy framework and a curriculum mapping tool. Check out the ‘Developing themes’ menu item.
This is an excellent, compelling talk (“Student Engagement: Integrating Active-Learning into Health Science Courses”) by Dr Patrick Brown from East Tennessee State University. The Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative is a multi-year project at The University of British Columbia aimed at dramatically improving undergraduate science education. Their website is full of useful resources for developing learning activities. There are a particularly useful set of videos about evidence-based activities. Quizlet – provides free, online tools such as flashcards to help students with memorising terms or short answers….
Nick Paul’s “Who gives a s**t about sewerage anymore?” video from his 2015 TEDx talk Jodie Rummer’s “Athletes of the Great Barrier Reef” video, TEDx 2014
100+ experiments in Chemistry – This site hosts chemistry videos developed by scientists and lecturers from Chemicum of University of Tartu, Estonia. Monash Chemistry – over 30 videos designed for tutorials at Monash University How small molecules can change the world – JCU Chemistry Lecturer Rosalie Hocking, a chemist who leads a program studying small molecule transformations at James Cook University.