The University of New England (UNE) identified a need for a solution to engage with students who had received an early offer for undergraduate studies. In considering their students are often from remote and regional areas, they wanted to develop a program that addressed the challenges unique to their learners.
University of Wollongong Malaysia KDU UC quickly transitioned teaching and learning fully online by using their existing OpenLearning portal as a central LMS. Academic staff continued to stay connected with students, while facilitating all subjects, classes and assessments online during a nationwide lockdown.
Diversifying business into non-accredited short courses in an online environment can be challenging, especially when it comes to helping online learners feel that they are part of a learning community. RedHill Education partnered with OpenLearning to transform their online training program and overcome key challenges.
Open to anyone, available 24/7 and accessible by mobile, tablet or desktop, Charles Sturt University partnered with OpenLearning to develop free taster courses for students. These premium courses are flexible and delivered on a social, easy-to-use platform, giving learners the perfect introduction to learning online at Charles Sturt University.
In today’s ever-changing technological landscape, missing to update one’s professional knowledge is equivalent to remaining stagnant and simply waiting to be replaced. OpenLearning partnered with Relief Teacher Association to provide a solution for members to access a thriving professional learning network, on demand.
The Malaysian Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) needed to deliver a mandatory financial education module aimed at first-time home buyers applying for the Central Bank of Malaysia’s (BNM) RM 1 Billion Fund for Affordable Homes. AKPK was looking for an affordable, scalable and more effective solution that could be easily implemented nationwide.