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Webinar #5 “The Transition Back from Online Learning to Face to Face Learning”
Continuing with the AASA Webinar Series on Online Learning in Architecture, we are excited to announce the 5th and final webinar in the series titles: “The Transition Back from Online Learning to Face to Face Learning”.
Where the previous webinars in the series examined the impact of online learning on the various aspects of academic life, this last webinar will discuss how we can slowly transition back to face to face learning, looking at lessons learned, key takeaways from our online experience and what measures we should take in preparation for a second wave.
In this last series, our distinguished panellists come from various institutions in Australia and will bring their expertise on this very exciting topic!
- Dr. Mohammed Makki, Senior Lecturer UTS. Co-founder Wallacei
- Professor Chris Knapp – AASA Treasurer and Head of Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University
- Joanne Kinniburgh, Director of Education, and Brooke Jackson, Acting Course Director Undergraduate Program, University of Technology Sydney
Topic Title: Lessons Learned from Online Learning
- Dr. Francesco Mancini, Associate Professor, and Dr. Tanja Glusac, Senior Lecturer, Curtin University
Topic Title: Transitioning Back to Studio Culture – Teaching Urban Design Studio at Curtin University
- Sophie Giles, Head of Department (Arch, Land. Arch, Urb. Desn.), University of Western Australia
Topic Title: Lessons Learned and the Preparation for a Second Wave
The webinar will be followed by a short Q&A session.
Date: Friday June 12th 2020
Time: 4:00pm (Melbourne/Sydney time)
- Joanne Kinniburgh and Brooke Jackson – Lessons Learned from Online Learning [6.7MB PDF]
- Dr. Francesco Mancini and Dr. Tanja Glusac – Transitioning Back to Studio Culture – Teaching Urban Design Studio at Curtin University [5.1MB PDF]
00:37:44 Sophie Giles: Whadjuk Noongar
00:38:54 Chris Knapp: Bundjalung (from my home in northern NSW)
00:39:08 Lindy Burton: I acknowledge the Turrbal and Yugara, as the First Nations owners of the lands where QUT now stands. I pay respect to their Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. I recognise that these lands have always been places of teaching, research and learning.
01:37:20 Lindy Burton: Thank you for these terrific presentations! I love the generosity of all the sharing in our community. It’s wonderful!
01:39:23 Steve Feast: Thanks everyone this has been a great session!
01:40:16 justin owen: Thank you!
We have also uploaded video/PPT from the previous webinars.
Continuing with the AASA Webinar Series on Online Learning in Architecture, we are excited to announce the 6th and final webinar of the year.
Continuing with the AASA Webinar Series on Online Learning in Architecture, we are excited to announce the fourth webinar in the series, titled “The impact of Online Learning on the Academic Institution”.
Continuing with the AASA Webinar Series on Online Learning in Architecture, we are excited to announce the third webinar in the series, titled: “Maintaining Studio Culture in Online Learning”.
Webinar #2 "Reviews, Site Visits and Student Perspectives – The Challenges of Online Learning in Architecture”
We are excited to announce the second webinar in the Online Learning in Architecture series – “Reviews, Site Visits and Student Perspectives – The Challenges of Online Learning in Architecture”.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, the AASA presented a one-hour Webinar on 3 April 2020 to assist staff of architecture programs in the current rush to online teaching.