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Displaying from Tuesday, February 12, 2013
 February 2013
Tuesday 12
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to LMS: LMS for new users Website | More Information
LMS for New Users will provide participants with an introductory overview of the Moodle powered LMS (Learning Management System) used as our online learning environment here at UWA. You will need to complete this workshop before being eligible to take part in any intermediate or advanced Moodle/LMS (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Beyond the Basics: Assignments Website | More Information
Assignment is the activity in which students are able to submit various types of files (word documents, presentation, images) via the LMS. Use this tool if you wish to set up an online assignment drop box for your students, then collect, grade and give feedback on their submitted work in your LMS (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friendly for Whom? Rethinking Age-Friendly Communities Website | More Information
A lecture by Professor Norah Keating, Director, The Global Social Initiative on Ageing.

In this presentation, Professor Keating speaks about her journey toward answering the question, ‘age-friendly for whom’? To illustrate the tremendous diversity in both people and place, she draws on (...)
Thursday 14
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Beyond the Basics: Groups and Groupings Website | More Information
Effective learning activities involve group work, and the LMS has extensive opportunities for group activities and group management fulfilling its underpinning social constructivist theoretical base. The Moodle software manages groups through two facets: groups and groupings. In this workshop (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Beyond the Basics: Quizzes Website | More Information
Online quizzes are a popular assessment tool – both for students to check their progress, and for formal assessment. Participants are introduced to the quiz activity in the LMS, its component parts and the creation, organisation and management of quiz questions and quizzes. The Workshop is designed (...)

13:00 - Orientation - Teaching and Learning Orientation Website | More Information
The Teaching and Learning Orientation aims to provide new teaching staff with an overview of teaching and learning policy and practice at UWA as well as information on campus-wide services that support teaching and learning. Intended audience:New UWA teaching staff.
Friday 15
9:30 - WORKSHOP - LMS Boot Camp: Create a unit from start to end Website | More Information
LMS Boot Camp is an immersive hands-on, whole-day workshop in which participants will design and develop one LMS unit for teaching/learning use. We will explore the concept that an LMS unit design signifies the curriculum and learning intent and focus of the unit - whether that be as a (...)
Monday 18
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to LMS: LMS for new users Website | More Information
LMS for New Users will provide participants with an introductory overview of the Moodle powered LMS (Learning Management System) used as our online learning environment here at UWA. You will need to complete this workshop before being eligible to take part in any intermediate or advanced Moodle/LMS (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to the Lecture Capture System Website | More Information
Lecture capture system records and processes lectures in 75 lecture venues around UWA [http://www.catl.uwa.edu.au/e-learning/lcs/venues]. The system records audio (your voice) with any computer visual presentation. For centrally timetabled classes, lectures are automatically scheduled for recording (...)

13:30 - WORKSHOP - Unit Coordination (2): Developing the Curriculum Website | More Information
This workshop examines the components required for designing a new unit/refining an existing unit. Intended audience are Unit Coordinators responsible for creating units.
Tuesday 19
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Beyond the Basics: Assignments Website | More Information
Assignment is the activity in which students are able to submit various types of files (word documents, presentation, images) via the LMS. Use this tool if you wish to set up an online assignment drop box for your students, then collect, grade and give feedback on their submitted work in your LMS (...)
Thursday 21
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Public Welfare vs Private Charity: Some Lessons from Medieval and Early Modern Europe Website | More Information
In this talk, Sharon Farmer, Professor of History at University of California Santa Barbara will use examples from Medieval and Early Modern Europe to challenge the major tenet of twenty-first century conservatism that, when it comes to taking care of those who cannot take provide for themselves (...)
Monday 25
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to University Teaching Website | More Information
The program will provide a solid introduction to the body of research around student learning and effective teaching. For those who have some teaching experience, it will provide a firm foundation upon which to improve your teaching and develop your teaching skills. For those new to teaching, it (...)

13:00 - COURSE - UWA Class2Go: UWA Public Open Online Courses : Take a free UWA course "Developing the Sociological Imagination" on UWA Class2Go https://www.class2go.uwa.edu.au Website | More Information
UWA's free open and online courses begin with "Developing the Sociological Imagination" and "Ocean Solutions"

Registration is free
Tuesday 26
13:00 - SEMINAR - The many shades of BARD1 in development and disease : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: For over more than a decade the research on BARD1 was a side-product of the research on the breast cancer gene and protein BRCA1. Co-expression of both proteins in most tissues, their similar structure, the same phenotypes in knock-out mice, and the hetero-dimeric complex formation of (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Reading and writing historical novels in the age of instant messaging Website | More Information
A trillion text messages are sent and received every hour. Every minute 48 hours of video is uploaded on YouTube alone. The “present” has never been as ever-present as it is now. Institute of Advanced Studies Writer-in-Residence Kunal Basu will discuss whether such a high premium on the (...)
Wednesday 27
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents : Water Accounting has been in development since June 2004 when the States and Commonwealth Governments signed the National Water Initiative. Website | More Information
Recent developments in water accounting include the release of:-

1. the Australian Water Accounting Standard,

2. a draft Water Accounting Assurance Standard for public comment,

3. a Water Accounting Framework for the members of the Minerals Council of Australia,
Thursday 28
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Small Group Teaching: Seminars & Tutorials Website | More Information
In this workshop, you will examine a range of strategies for facilitating discussion and running engaging, interactive classes. The intended audience are tutors, including postgraduate students, teaching in any subject area. Note: Business students should contact Professor Phil Hancock for subject- (...)

 March 2013
Friday 01
12:00 - SEMINAR - Economics Research Seminar More Information
Abstract:

One of the principles enshrined in all international patent treaties is that equal treatment should be provided to inventors regardless of their nationality. However, little is known about whether this ‘national treatment’ principle is upheld in practice. In this paper, we (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, The Wall and Guralnick conjectures: history and legacy More Information
Abstract:

In 1961 G.E. Wall conjectured that the number of maximal subgroups of a finite group is less than the order of the group. The conjecture holds for all finite solvable groups (proved by Wall himself in his original paper) and holds for almost all finite simple groups, possibly (...)


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