MathsCasts are produced by the mathematics support centres at Swinburne University, the University of Limerick and Loughborough University. They are part of an ongoing collaborative research project to develop high quality resources and investigate the effectiveness of MathsCasts to support mathematics learning. They are targeted at prerequisite to first year level, in a range of subjects such as: Engineering, Sciences, Business, Computing and Technology.
The OEL Toolkit is openly available and openly licensed. The guidance generated by the OEL Toolkit is of primary relevance to educators and developers working within Australian higher education institutions. The OEL Toolkit web application has been designed with a focus on ease of use. It provides relevant information for users seeking guidance on using, creating, modifying or sharing a specific Open Educational Resource.
PhysCasts are narrated screen video recordings explaining physics concepts and their application to problem-solving. They have been produced by Swinburne University of Technology's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology.
The series is part of an ongoing collaborative research project to develop high quality resources and investigate the effectiveness of screencasts to support learning.
StatsCasts are narrated screen video recordings of explanations of statistical concepts. They are produced by Swinburne University of Technology, the University of the Sunshine Coast, and the University of Southern Queensland.
They are part of an ongoing collaborative research project to develop high quality resources and investigate the effectiveness of StatsCasts to support statistics learning.
They are targeted at prerequisite to first year level, in a range of subjects such as: Engineering, Sciences, Health Sciences and Business.
Swinburne University of Technology's free Autism MOOC takes a practical approach to the study of autism. The course is designed for parents and carers of people with autism and those who work with people with autism.
It seeks to equip students with the skills and knowledge to solve practical issues in the lives of individuals who have autism. The course uses real scenarios, draws on students’ experiences and aims to foster a supportive network of parents and carers.
This collection showcases the video resources from the MOOC.
A collection of programming tutorials developed by Andrew Cain, Jake Renzella, Reuben Wilson, and Cliff Warren.
This series steps through concepts related to procedural programming. Each video covers one concept in depth and demonstrates how you can achieve certain tasks with a programming language. Videos are broken into panels for an engaging student experience, featuring camera footage, visualisation of the computer’s memory (hand execution), and output windows. Video and audio versions are available for download, along with supplementary files.