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    ADCET Webinar: Mentoring during the Time of COVID

    Over the last few years, a number of universities have implemented specialist peer mentoring programs to support students on the Autism Spectrum with their studies.   While many of us appreciate the positive impact these can have for students on the spectrum, what’s the impact for the mentors?  This webinar draws on the experience of a panel of student mentors from across Australia to explore the personal and potential professional benefits of being a mentor.  Mentors will also share their insights on the impact of COVID-19 on their role and for their mentees, and will offer some suggestions for supporting students on the Autism Spectrum during these times.  When: Wednesday 12 August, 2020.

  • Video

    ADCET Webinar: Supporting students’ well-being during COVID-19

    This ADCET webinar was in partnership with the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE).   We were joined by presenters Cathy Stone and Nicole Crawford. This webinar discusses preliminary findings from research into supporting the mental wellbeing of mature-aged students in regional and remote Australia, through ensuring that, in this time of physical distancing, online learning is delivered in ways that enhance student engagement and student wellbeing. (April 2020)

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    ADCET Webinar: Three essentials in the move on-line

    This ADCET webinar was in partnership with the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE).   We were joined by presenters Cathy Stone and Nicole Crawford.  In these unfamiliar times, universities are suddenly needing to move face-to-face courses online. We have previously written that this can be a tall order, even for experienced educators. However, including the ‘three essentials’ that this webinar outlines means that even a hastily-developed online course can still deliver an effective and engaging learning experience for students. (April 2020)

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    COVID-19 — Resources for the higher education sector

    The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) has created a web page with essential resources to support effective higher education delivery during, and beyond, the COVID-19 pandemic.

    This collection of open access research, resources, articles and case studies is applicable to emerging issues in university learning and teaching.

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    Guidelines: responding to the needs of staff and students with disability in COVID-19 return-to-campus planning for Australia’s tertiary institutions

    These Guidelines aim to complement your institution’s general approach to return to campus and enhance existing resources by ensuring that return-to-campus plans are viewed through a ‘disability lens’. 

    They provide considerations and practical recommendations to support the safe return of staff and students with disability in COVID-19 back onto campus when they are comfortable and able to do so. (July 2020)

  • Article

    How Neurodivergent Students Are Getting Through the Pandemic

    This article focuses on students with anxiety disorders, autism and other disabilities who are struggling with the disruption of their normal routines after the move to remote education. 

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    Student Voice Video Blog

    During 2020, the NCSEHE has invited students to share their challenges and celebrate their triumphs during, and beyond, the COVID-19 pandemic through a series of Student Voice video blogs.

    Experienced online student Ashley Willcox hopes to share her practical and uplifting knowledge to help other students overcome the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Despite an acquired brain injury, Ashley’s outstanding accomplishments over a long period of study have culminated in a Masters of Teaching in Secondary Education at the University of Technology Sydney.

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    TEQSA Online learning good practice kit

    This resource has been collated by Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to assist the sector’s rapid transition to online learning during COVID-19. 

    The content has been arranged into five broad subject areas: Getting started: best practice for establishing online learningEnabling staff to work with online learningStudent experienceAssessment integrity; and, International perspective.

  • Article

    Thinking about the students: Three essentials in the move on-line

    As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Australia, universities are racing to convert face-to-face subjects into formats that can be delivered on-line. Staff who already design and teach on-line know full well that “putting a course online” is nowhere as easy as it sounds and can be fraught with problems when done in haste. The generous sharing of good advice from sector experts has been a boon in these turbo-charged endeavours. Technology enhanced learning (TEL) professionals have also formed their own on-line support communities. (March 2020. Campus Morning Mail. Dr Cathy Stone and Dr Nicole Crawford)