The ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast is a community-contributed initiative to highlight contemporary issues and thought leadership in tertiary education in Australasia and internationally, with a particular emphasis on technology-enhanced learning. ASCILITE members and non-members are invited to submit segments for the podcast.
|Keith Heggart and the ASCILITE Learning Design SIG explore Cognitive Load with Mitchell Parkes and Patsy Polly’s holistic approach to learning innovation.
|14 September 2022||35 min||Episode 8|
|Charlotte Phelps, Christian Moro and James Birt from Bond University dissect and define the various types of immersive reality–virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR). They also discuss some of the consideration from a technological and a pedagogical perspective.
|31 July 2022||35 min||Episode 7|
|In this episode of the ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast, we talk with the leaders and participants of the ASCILITE Women in Academic Leadership Initiative; how the initiative developed, its outcomes and where to next. [Transcript]||6 June 2022||35 min||Episode 6|
|Angela Carbone, Matt Bower, Lynn Gribble & Amanda White discuss the AAUT Awards and “The Student Voice” looks at university priorities as we learn to live with COVID. [Transcript]||2 May 2022||53 min||Episode 5|
|Michael Milford on Science Communication and Learning, Amanda White and Gerhard Hambush on academic integrity an exams, and “The Student Voice” looks at the motivation to pursue tertiary education. [Transcript]||28 Mar 2022||36 min||Episode 4|
|Michael Blumenstein on artificial intelligence, Amanda White and Victoria Clout on academic integrity, and “The Student Voice” looks at the barriers and enablers to effective study. [Transcript]||27 Feb 2022||49 min||Episode 3|
|Sally Kift on scholarship of learning and teaching, Amanda White and Kane Murdoch on academic integrity, and “The Student Voice” looks at student support. [Transcript]||26 Jan 2022||45 min||Episode 2|
|Dr Joanne Orlando on digital well being, Professor Michael Sankey on the history and possibilities of technology-enhanced assessment, and “The Student Voice”.||14 Dec 2021||45 min||Episode 1|
Contribute to the Podcast
Individuals interested in submitting a segment for inclusion in the podcast should consult the ASCILITE Wavelength Submission Guidelines document which details the different segment types and submission requirements. Contributors interested in pitching their idea before production should email their pitch (500 words or less) to email@example.com. We’ll then let you know if it’s suitable.
Once you’re ready to produce your episode, please refer to the resources below:
The ASCILITE Wavelength Podcast initiative is an Executive portfolio led by David Bruce Porter, Sandra Barker and Michael Cowling. For questions about the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org.