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Technology Demonstrators

The Technology Demonstrator Projects effort was influenced by a recognition that at the University of Southern Queensland it is imperative that we continue to explore and discover innovative ways to facilitate leading edge teaching pedagogy through technology. By committing to using and supporting the Demonstrator methodology, we are also committing to the assumption that our most creative and practical ideas about teaching and learning, come from teachers and learners.
3D Printing
Students learn complex equations by transforming them into 3D objects
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Joomag
Use Joomag technology to make instructional videos and guides.
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Kubi Part 1
The Kubi Telepresence Robot brings external students to the classroom.
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Kubi Part 2
Changing the culture of how we connect and embracing technological change.
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Kubi Part 3
Beyond the classroom and the curriculum - how the Kubi Telepresence supports staff and students.
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Kubi Part 4
The challenges faced by users of the Kubi Telepresence device in our communities.
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Lightboard
A transparent whiteboard that allows instructors to face the camera while writing.
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Mobile Zoom rig
Lecturer uses e-Waste and 3D printing to create online authentic learning activities.
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New teaching spaces
Academics talk about the benefits of the new teaching spaces at USQ.
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Paper casts
How to use a phone and paper to record a lecture to provide online learning.
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Robotics
Learn a simple way to integrate robotics into teaching.
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Socrative
Learn about the app that replaces traditional 'clickers' in the classroom.
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Virtual dissection
Using a virtual solution for whole animal dissection.
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VoiceThread
Lecturer uses forum participation tool using voice, video or text.
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Zoom
Academics talk about the advantage of using Zoom to communicate with students.
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