Digital Education is a dynamic portfolio of teams within Education Futures that form the nucleus of online learning at UNE and drive the design and delivery of high-quality digital learning experiences. 

Digital Landscapes

Exams and eAssessment

Learning Design

Learning Media

myLearn and Project Uplift launch showcase

Education Futures recently held a showcase event to celebrate the successful launch of myLearn and the delivery of the first major tranche of units...
myLearn – are your units ready for the T3 launch?

myLearn – are your units ready for the T3 launch?

As we get ready for the launch of myLearn for Trimester 3, there are a few things you can do to get prepare your unit for them to go live to student on Monday, 16th October. As part of this initiative, all T3 units have been aligned to the 16 elements...

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New in T3: Next-level Special Assessment

New in T3: Next-level Special Assessment

As you may know, Education Futures has been leading the Special Assessment Uplift project to deliver a new application system for Special Assessment provisions. We are excited to advise that the technical build workstream is nearing completion and we...

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From the Archives: UNE Moodle 2011

From the Archives: UNE Moodle 2011

We've come a long way in the last 12 years! Some of you will remember that Moodle first came in at UNE in 2011. Here's a screenshot of what units looked liked then. The current tile format came in later, as did integrations with video systems and...

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Exam preparation helper animation

Exam preparation helper animation

We’ve recently been collaborating with the Academic Skills Office to update the Exam Preparation information page. This was an opportunity to promote a positive approach, whilst providing updated information including how students can familiarise...

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Unit News and Announcements: Time-saving tips

Unit News and Announcements: Time-saving tips

There are some great time-saving tips for sending out announcements to students. The following can both help you save time and avoid cluttering up your unit sites.   Recommended use of Section 0   The function of Section 0 is to...

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