The customisable menu (left) makes it easy for students and educators to navigate around their course.
Faculty of Engineering at the University of New South Wales turned to us to design and build courses which provided an alternative to on-campus lectures, capable of effectively fulfilling learning outcomes with a stark increase in enrolments. Our approach focused on activity-based learning, allowing students to critically think, share and reflect – and be engaged on their learning journey.
Crack the code
A rapport-building activity in a cohort of software engineers in which students write a welcome message to each other using an invented code while others try to decode their message.
A teacher-led worked example video embedded on a page followed by a student activity.
Interactivity and camaraderie
A student applauds another student’s’ work having found it in the activity’s gallery.
Custom maze widget
A custom activity that challenges students to use computer code to make their way through a maze.
A gallery of mazes
Students respond to a custom maze activity with creativity.
Not all digital
Photo posting means that students can share non-digital work with their community.
Find the treasure
Another instance of student camaraderie as they help each other complete a puzzle using what they have learnt in the course.