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Partnering with Students
to Develop
Mobile Learning
Tamara Pearce
Learning Designer, QUT Law School
QUT Law School
• Very large student cohorts
• Range of reasons for studying Law
• QUT Real World branding
• Need to contex...
QUT Gardens Point has
direct physical access to
• Old Government House
• Parliament House
• Executive Building
• Inns of C...
Original Activity:
• Optional self guided walk during
Orientation Week
• Paper map or Google Map trail
• No further resour...
Reinvigorated Walk Down George Street
• Included in LLB101 Curriculum
• Small group task
+ Collaborative learning
+ Fun an...
Blackboard Learning Module
Questions – directly related to
online quiz assessment
Trivia – bonus, history or
general inter...
Learning Designer supervised IT Capstone Project Team
5 third year students:
3 x Developer, 1 x Project Manager, 1 x Graph...
Students sourced
development tools
to suit their skills and
meet project deliverables
• Students get real project
experience
• Students given high level of
independence &
responsibility
• Law School achieved
...
Future Directions
#Evaluation
Student feedback and evaluation
#ComingSoon
Partnering with Urban Development students to de...
Questions?
tamara.pearce@qut.edu.au
@TamaraRPearce
References
Andri Yudatama (2015), Speed, http://yudatama.com/2015/03/install-opcache-di-freebsd-10-1/
Aurasma (2016), Gett...
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  1. 1. Partnering with Students to Develop Mobile Learning Tamara Pearce Learning Designer, QUT Law School
  2. 2. QUT Law School • Very large student cohorts • Range of reasons for studying Law • QUT Real World branding • Need to contextualise study • Desire to inspire and engage
  3. 3. QUT Gardens Point has direct physical access to • Old Government House • Parliament House • Executive Building • Inns of Court • Commonwealth Law Courts • Magistrates Court • Queen Elizabeth II Courts Complex • Legal Heritage Centre
  4. 4. Original Activity: • Optional self guided walk during Orientation Week • Paper map or Google Map trail • No further resources or information • Not contextualised
  5. 5. Reinvigorated Walk Down George Street • Included in LLB101 Curriculum • Small group task + Collaborative learning + Fun and engagement + Build peer relationships • Video with highlights of each location • Extensive links to related online content • Related to assessment • Discussed in tutorials • Hosted on Blackboard Community Site
  6. 6. Blackboard Learning Module Questions – directly related to online quiz assessment Trivia – bonus, history or general interest Resources – relevant links & textbook readings Tasks – at each site, sometimes take a selfie Embedded video hosted on YouTube
  7. 7. Learning Designer supervised IT Capstone Project Team 5 third year students: 3 x Developer, 1 x Project Manager, 1 x Graphic/Visual Designer
  8. 8. Students sourced development tools to suit their skills and meet project deliverables
  9. 9. • Students get real project experience • Students given high level of independence & responsibility • Law School achieved outcomes with minimal budget + • Range of student ability & management of student team • LD C# coding skills • Late start/time management • Incomplete project at the end of semester _
  10. 10. Future Directions #Evaluation Student feedback and evaluation #ComingSoon Partnering with Urban Development students to develop realistic and innovative interactive learning resources for Real Property Law #WishList Partnering with multidisciplinary student team to develop augmented reality Walk Down George Street
  11. 11. Questions? tamara.pearce@qut.edu.au @TamaraRPearce
  12. 12. References Andri Yudatama (2015), Speed, http://yudatama.com/2015/03/install-opcache-di-freebsd-10-1/ Aurasma (2016), Getting Started, https://www.aurasma.com/ Devin Rose (2015), Xamarin Header Image, http://talkingincode.com/2015/07/22/learn-xamarin-forms-with-a-free-workshop/ Diets in Review (2013), Students with Smart Phones, http://www.dietsinreview.com/diet_column/02/mobile-apps-help-college-students-minimize-obesity/ GCS Photos (2015), QUT Open Day 2015, https://www.flickr.com/photos/gcsgp/20017273156/ John (2015), Brisbane High Rise George Street, https://www.flickr.com/photos/shebalso/16482957490/in/photostream/ Microsoft (2016), Using Xamarin to Code for Multiple Platforms, https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/wordament2-msdn.aspx QUT (2013), QUT Science and Engineering Panaorama, https://jamesquek.net/2013/03/01/prime-minister-launches-quts-science-and-engineering-centre/ QUT(2015) Garden Point Campus, https://www.qut.edu.au/law/about/news-events/news?news-id=92135 Rae Allen (2010), Themus, https://www.flickr.com/photos/raeallen/4442238548/in/photostream/ Stephen Dann (2009), QUT sign + parliament, https://www.flickr.com/photos/stephendann/3856048826/ Xamarin Inc (2016) Xamarin Studio Screenshots, https://www.xamarin.com/android-player All other images designed and created by Tamara Pearce, QUT Law School (2015 – 2016).
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