PRIA Research Community (ResCom) session
One of the outcomes of Covid-19 was the shift to online teaching for our education community and online learning for practitioners of the future. What did we learn and what were the silver linings of this shift?
This session will look at best practice in online learning, how to make the most of both synchronous and asynchronous learning and practical ways educators can build online communities for face to face, online and work integrated learning.
Presented by The PRIA Research Community Program (ResComm), join the conversation and hear from Curtin University’s Bridget Tombleson about her research on the top tips for synchronous and asynchronous learning.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Bridget Tombleson is a public relations lecturer at Curtin University in Western Australia. She is a communication professional with more than twenty years’ experience in public relations, media relations, issues management, strategy development and internal communications.
Bridget has specialist skills in digital storytelling, reputation management, and crisis management. She has worked in government, corporate and consultancy roles in Australia and overseas, and across her career she has developed communication skills in science communication, finance and banking, building and construction, education and information technology.
Bridget was lead academic and co-creator of a Massive Online Open Course called Reputation Management in a Digital World through Edx, a finalist in the edX Prize 2018.
She is passionate about transmedia learning and bringing the best of both online and face to face learning together.
|Date:||Friday, 26 February 2021|
|Time:||1.00pm AEDT / 10.00am AWST|
|Location:||Online via Zoom *|
* Link will be provided before the session commences