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ContentAcknowledgements Meet the authors List of peer reviewers Introduction What might learning design become in the post-COVID university? The role of learning designers It took a pandemic to help us contextualise the value of learning designers in higher education Open learning designers on the margins The pedagogical advisor as a weaver of the learning design process “I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants for my whole career”: Learning through mimicry and mentoring Indigenous learning practices: Creating reflective spaces for growth and transformation Compassionate learning design for unsettling times Strategies for sustainable learning design: A response to Daniela Gachago’s “Learning Design Voices” provocation Critical compassionate learning design: Cases from South Africa and Egypt Humanising online learning through the lens of engaged pedagogy Harnessing the student experience for inclusive online learning design “Open Mind, Open Heart and Open Will” – Applying Theory U for developing meaningful learning in the context of COVID-19 Designing and adapting for community with Intentionally Equitable Hospitality Equity is not an add-on: Designing an inclusive training course for EdTech Advisors Promoting community and collaboration: Models underpinning an academic professional learning How to insert design into the emergency online response – learning designers’ reflections The challenge of designing learning experiences Navigating the learning design landscape: A response to Shironica Karunanayaka’s “The challenge of designing learning experiences” Adaptable ABC: Learning design for all Using Laurillard’s learning types as a lens for course design in a chemical engineering undergraduate course Weathering the storm by using the Rapid Development Prototype model in online course design Development of a blended course for continued teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic: Experience and lessons E-Learning tools for contrasting contexts Reflecting on the knowledge-identity nexus in the learning design of an online postgraduate short course "My Choice, My Voice!": Exploring the intersection of technology and pedagogy to foster learner-centred learning A trip to the supermarket: Towards authentic learning design in mathematics for underprepared first years Design principles for developing critique and academic argument in a blended-learning data visualisation course Rethinking and recasting the textbook: Reframing learning design with open educational practices The digital divide and the accessibility of print-based learning materials Ten principles of alternative assessment Reimagining authentic online assessment for large classes in a low-tech environment Inclusive online assessment practices in distance learning education explored through autoethnographic narrative vignettes
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