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The importance of trust in nurturing student engagement online
This feature article highlights the importance of nurturing trusting relationships between students and teachers in online learning environments.
Student Voice — Stories of Success: Helen Miller
This NCSEHE Student Voice project updates the story of Helen Miller, as she navigated the online learning environment brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 online learning landscapes and CALDMR students: Opportunities and challenges
Research found CALDMR university students have faced additional barriers in the sudden shift to online learning and virtual classrooms during COVID-19.
Proactively supporting students’ mental wellbeing: Guidelines and recommendations for staff and universities
A concise set of Guidelines for staff and Recommendations for universities on supporting students' mental wellbeing, informed by NCSEHE Equity Fellowship research by Nicole Crawford.
Proactively supporting students’ mental wellbeing: Guidelines and recommendations for staff and universities
Guidelines and recommendations for staff and universities to support students' mental wellbeing, informed by Nicole Crawford's NCSEHE Equity Fellowship.
Keeping the Party in Full Swing: Findings on Online Student Engagement With Teacher Education Students
The COVID-19 pandemic has further increased the need to teach and design courses in ways that successfully engage students online. This research set out to gain a deeper understanding of what it means for ITE students to be engaged in online learning and how teacher educators can enhance pedagogical practices in the online learning space.
Exploring benefits and challenges of online Work Integrated Learning for equity students
NCSEHE-funded research investigates the benefits and challenges of online Work Integrated Learning for students from equity groups in Australia and the US.
Exploring benefits and challenges of online Work Integrated Learning for equity students
This project explored the benefits and challenges of online WIL for students from equity groups in Australia and the US, as reported by students and educators. We conducted a questionnaire for students who had participated in online WIL at any time over the past ten years and interviewed students and educators who had participated in online WIL in Australia or the US.
The Online Student Experience: A MAC-ICE Thematic Structure
Research by Mel Henry identified six themes around students’ experiences of online education through a case study of online first-year university students.
The online student experience: A MAC-ICE thematic structure
Through an in-depth case study of online first-year university students, this research identified six themes that describe students’ lived experiences of online education (OE), summarised as a motivation, ability, circumstances – interaction, curriculum, environment, or MAC-ICE, thematic structure of the online student experience (OSE).