Technology-integrated learning refers to a study experience in which students achieve a given set of learning outcomes by interacting in more than one medium.
This approach involves the meaningful and balanced use of digital media such as recorded lectures, podcasts, text or graphics, with other elements such as a video or quiz. It may even encompass active learning methods such as student-generated blogs, where appropriate.
With technology-integrated learning, students will not only reap the benefits of face-to-face guidance and collaboration, but also – in carrying out some of their learning online – benefit from added flexibility and control over the time, place, path and pace of learning.
Students will be given additional academic support via access to Studiosity, an on-demand, study-support service. Trained network subject specialists are available to offer you help.
The collective expertise of Murdoch University Singapore Office’s teaching staff, which comprises of both industry experts and academics with PhD qualifications, allows students to gain practical learning and critical thinking skills