Engaging content - main entry

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The following options for sourcing and creating digital content range from most preferred (1) to least preferred (5), based on current resources and support, costs to the University and students, and accessibility.

  1. Use University-managed electronic resources
  2. Source open educational resources (OERs)
  3. Build your own resources
  4. Access printed publications, mass media and other copyrighted material
  5. Purchase commercial content

Good practice guides and tip sheets

Good practice guides and tip sheets have been developed to support quality in both curriculum design and teaching practice. Good practice guides provide a pedagogical overview and tip sheets provide you with practical strategies and ideas for implementation. Links to Engaging content-related resources are provided below. Browse all tip sheets and good practice guides

Tip sheet – Design principles for creating engaging digital contentTip sheet: Sourcing and creating digital contentTip sheet – Providing constructive feedback in FLO | Tip sheet - Running hybrid classes

If you are interested in 3. Build your own resources, the tool selection matrix identifies tools available at Flinders for content creation and includes useful features, tips and resources.

  Training and support

  Troubleshooting

Support

For support in creating your own digital resources - contact your eLearning support team

Request support from Librarians to source online materials for your topics

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