OEB Boardroom BUS34
The Value of Technology: Supporting Students in Workplace Learning Environments
Date Thursday, Dec 7 Time – Room Glienicke
Join this Boardroom session to explore activities and resources that will help students navigate the intersection of university education and workplace learning. What needs to be considered when planning and using personal mobile devices in and for this purpose? How can technologies be creatively integrated into workplace learning to meet the needs of different kinds of students for unique disciplines and organisational contexts? Whether you are an academic teacher, educational designer or practitioner supervising learners: let us discuss good practice that will help students become better at managing themselves as professionals who are continually learning – making good use of technology as they do so.
Charles Sturt University, Australia
Franziska Trede is Associate Professor in Higher Education at Charles Sturt University where she leads research, scholarship and practice in professional education and workplace learning. She is a national board member of the Australian Collaborative Education Network. She teaches an open online subject to academics and practitioners on the theory and practice of workplace learning. Her research focuses on professional practice, learner agency and resilience, pedagogy of deliberateness, professional identity development and professionalism. She has developed innovative online capacity building teaching tools using arts-based approaches. Franziska published 7 books and over 80 peer-reviewed papers and has presented her work in Canada, Europe and New Zealand. Her latest book under contract with Springer is titled Education for practice in hybrid spaces: Enhancing professional learning with mobile technology.