Remote learning at Bond University
In light of current student needs, Bond University is committed to providing flexible learning opportunities for the September semester. The entirety of their May semester was delivered online, to which they received incredibly positive feedback!
What does remote learning at Bond look like?
Bond is still committed to creating an “engaging, collaborative, and participatory experience” for students.
There will be a range of interactive platforms like Blackboard Collaborate, TEAMS, and Zoom, allowing you to engage in live time with your classmates. Virtual break-out rooms will provide the opportunity to connect with other students on a smaller scale basis as well for projects or studying.
If you’re worried about the challenge of time zones, lecture recording and one-on-one appointments with lecturers will give you more flexibility to learn and connect with your instructors.
Assessments have also been reviewed and modified to ensure that assessments, like practical exams and oral presentations, are both fair and feasible for students learning remotely.
What technology will you need to participate in this?
The most important technology you’ll need is your personal computer or tablet and a stable internet connection. Headphones and a speaker will also help you interact with your instructors and peers.
What is multi-modal learning?
Multi-modal learning refers to the fact that some students will be on campus and others will be online, and that adjustments have been made to teaching and assessment in light of this.
Looking for further specifics, or want to see what some of Bond’s remote learning platforms look like?
For a better idea of what this will all mean for you, Bond has provided a comprehensive webinar to help you succeed in your semester of online learning.
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