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. Considering their students are often from remote and regional areas, they wanted to develop a program that addressed the challenges unique to their learners.
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.
Recognised as a leader in the design and delivery of capacity-building experiences for young people, High Resolves faced the challenge of pivoting their award-winning, face-to-face, immersive learning education delivery to a completely digital and remote collaborative experience.
The project was initiated by the Australian Catholic University, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine (VIC) in response to an urgent need to upskill Victorian nurses in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. The program was launched in early July 2020, shortly after the onset of the second wave of COVID-19 through community transmission in Victoria.
The Selangor Human Resource Development Centre (SHRDC) has developed a fully-online remote training model to continue providing effective Smart Factory competency-based training throughout COVID-19 lockdowns and closures. This unique facilitated hybrid training approach is hosted on the OpenLearning platform, with practical exercises run on SHRDC’s Remote Online Training Lab.
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.
The UOW Set The Bar is a new initiative in collaboration with OpenLearning to keep young people safe during nights out in the city, with training in identifying and putting a stop to sexual assault and harassment, and inappropiate behaviour. The free online training program has been designed with an innovative and creative approach to foster a social and engaging learning experience.
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. iCollege partnered with OpenLearning to transform their online training program and overcome key challenges.
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.
South African leader in Applied Psychology studies partners with OpenLearning to launch a range of human-centred micro-credentials in essential skills as a pathway for international expansion to Malaysia and the Southeast Asian region.
In a critical time where the workplace is demanding re-skilling and up-skilling, DeakinCo partnered with OpenLearning to develop a range of OpenCred online, short courses designed for the 21st century, to improve workplace performance and future employability in Australia and beyond.
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.
The UNSW Transition Program Online (TPO) arose in partnership with OpenLearning as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to provide a fully online solution for international students. Launched in late October 2020, the multi-stream intensive program was developed and consisted of fourteen courses, each at 13 weeks of learning, designed holistically with the learners’ experiences front of mind.
In response to the COVID-19, the UNSW Global UEEC program had to move its teaching online. They were faced with decisions about how to continue teaching and learning while keeping their staff and students safe from a public health emergency that is moving fast and not well understood. COVID-19 was an opportunity to create a better online learning experience and build a strong learning community for students.
The UNSW Global FEEC program mainly consists of 17 to 21-year-olds towards the beginning of their pathway into university. The online format provides students an opportunity to successfully transition from high school to university, and experiment with their learning pathway into university.
One of Indonesia's best group of universities implements online learning even before the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first big step in making remote learning possible in support of the government's Independent Campus or "Kampus Merdeka" initiative.
“Learn to Lead with UNSW” is a free online leadership course designed exclusively for UNSW alumni in collaboration with the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM). It was designed exclusively for the global alumni community as an opportunity to expand their leadership knowledge and skills from anywhere in the world.