OpenLearning’s Latest News, Events and Updates

Social Learning Conference

In partnership with The Malaysian e-Learning Council for Public Universities (MEIPTA), we are proud to present the first ever Social Learning Conference that will take place in Sydney, Australia on the 27th & 28th of November. The two-day conference will bring together academics, educators, researchers, instructional designers, ed-tech specialists and government officials to participate in lively discussions, keynotes and interactive workshop in the field of computer supported collaborative learning. The conference will be a good opportunity for highlighting new results and directions of the applied Social Learning theory. If you are interested in participating, early bird tickets are currently on sale for a limited time and you can purchase them here!

OpenLearning won the iAwards

We are very honoured to have participated and won several awards at this year’s Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards! The iAwards is Australia’s leading awards program for innovation in the digital economy. On the 1st of June, our Rethink Learning & Teaching Series have competed in two core award categories and won the Merit Awards in Community Services Market and Infrastructure & Platform Innovation of the Year. OpenLearning will be representing New South Wales to compete at the National iAwards in Melbourne next month.

SoGal’s First Public Event in Australia

We hosted SoGal’s first public event in Sydney! SoGal is a global network of diverse entrepreneurs and investors that have attracted more than 50,000 members from over 20 countries. Having hosted events in countries like China, the US, Indonesia and more, SoGal now aims to foster a network of young ambitious women in Australia. At OpenLearning, we support women to pursue roles in tech, encourage them to discover actionable steps for business ventures and educating others with the aim of improving gender diversity in the workforce.

OpenLearning Malaysia Interviewed Dr. Tengku Fadilah

We sat down with Dr. Tengku Fadilah from Universiti Putra Malaysia to learn more about her thoughts on water safety and her experience teaching on OpenLearning. Dr. Tengku Fadilah is a former Malaysian national swimmer.

She has been advocating water safety awareness for over 26 years through her work with Universiti Putra Malaysia and Life Saving Society Malaysia. Watch the interview here.

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