• Learning Design Voices
  • Table of contents
  • Introduction
  • Provocation: What might learning design become in the post-COVID university?
  • Provocation: Compassionate learning design for unsettling times
  • Provocation response 2
  • Provocation: The challenge of designing learning experiences
  • Provocation 3 Response
  • Translations
  • Table of contents

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    Section 1: Learning Design as field, praxis and identity

    Provocation: Sue Bennett and response By Sukaina Walji

    It Took A Pandemic to Change Hearts and Minds: Giving Voice to the Unseen Warriors by Patrice Prusko and Whitney Kilgore

    The pedagogical advisor as a weaver of the learning design process by Norma Rocio Héndez Puerto

    Promoting Community and Collaboration: Models underpinning an Academic Professional Learning Online Short Course by Greig Krull and Nazira Hoosen

    “I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants for my whole career”: Learning through mimicry and mentoring by Lize-Maree Steenkamp and Stephanie Bandli

    Weathering the storm by using Rapid Development Prototype (RDP) by Fiona Anderson

    Intentional Open Learning Design in Action: Pre- and Post- Pandemic Influences by Leo Havemann, Verena Roberts and Helen DeWaard

    Section 2: Humanising Learning design

    Provocation: Daniela Gachago and response by Tasneem Jaffer

    Critical Compassionate Learning Design: Cases from South Africa and Egypt by Nicola Pallitt, Daniela Gachago and Maha Bali

    Designing an online course for postgraduate students: Reflecting on the knowledge-identity nexus by Nompilo Tshuma

    Humanising Online Learning Through the Lens of Engaged Pedagogy by Kate Molloy and Clare Thomson

     “My Choice, My Voice!”: Exploring the intersection of technology and pedagogy to foster learner-centred learning by Serpil Meri-Yilan

    Harnessing the Student Experience for Inclusive Online Learning Design by Christine Immenga and David Redelinghuys

    Section 3: Learning materials, activities and processes

    Provocation: Shironica P. Karunanayaka response by Shanali Govender

    Design Principles for Developing Critique and Academic Argument in a Blended-Learning Data Visualisation Course by Arlene Archer and Travis Noakes 

    Indigenous learning practices – Creating reflective spaces for growth and transformation by Jennifer K. Green, Paulé A. Ruwhiu, Lucila Carvalho and Nicolette F. Sheridan

    Designing and Adapting for Community with Intentional Equitable Hospitality by Maha Bali and Mia Zamora

     “Open Mind, Open Heart and Open Will” – Applying Theory U for developing meaningful learning in the Context of COVID-19 by Sandhya Gunness and Rubina Rampersad

    A trip to the supermarket: Towards authentic learning design in Mathematics for underprepared freshmen by Johannes Cronje and Nelisa Freitas

    Developing Deep and Authentic Learning in Remote Teaching and Learning: A Case of Using Universal Design for Learning in Chemical Engineering by Oluwaseun Oyekola

    Designing training for Edtech advisors by Widad Sirkhotte and Nokathula Vilakati

    How to insert design into the emergency online response – learning designers’ reflections by Janet Small and Mashudu Raudzingana

    Building the Capacity of Educators in Designing Usable Online Courses by Rehema Baguma and Proscovia Namubiru SSentamu

    Adaptable ABC: Designing learning for high tech to low tech and anything in between by Clare Gormley, Suzanne Stone and Rob Lowney

    Ten principles of assessment by Eliana Elkhoury

    Re-imagining online assessment for large classes in a low-tech environment by Anneri Meintjes

    Observation, reflection, and imagination: flexible and hybrid assessment practices for the future by Oluwakemi Adebayo and Jolanda Morkel

    The Digital Divide and the Accessibility of Learning Materials by Japhet Hindundu Kazavanga

    E-Learning tools for contrasting contexts by Kimera Moodley and Mari van Wyk

    Rethinking and recasting the textbook: Reframing learning design with open educational practices by Michelle Harrison, Irwin Devries, Tannis Morgan and Michael Paskevicius

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