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Steps to Online Curriculum Transformation


  • Jacqueline Mary Jepson
  • Deb Moulton



adult learners, asynchronistic learners, curriculum transformation, online learning


Students of today 'live' in a world shaped by the World Wide Web with its instant access to information and resources and range of technologies and social media . Following the university's digital strategy, this case study explores the choice of online learning tools that transformed its previously face to face class teacher focused layout to an engaging digital format. This case study outlines how the online tools and processes were chosen to meet the needs of the mature adult learners who are completing subjects in the Masters of Project Management (MPM). The curriculum transformation work required the development of digital learning resources, information communication technologies and new teaching strategies, to provide a more digital and responsive learning environment for students enrolled in the online course. The focus was on not only retaining students, but also ensuring that we were using technology to creating value and relevancy to our users.






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