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Transforming Learning at Curtin

 

 

 

Learning for Tomorrow is a university-wide strategy to transform the design and delivery of education at Curtin. 

 

Innovative thinking and the use of transformative technologies will enable a million learners globally to access a quality education experience through Curtin University in real-time. It will evolve the contemporary student experience, align our graduate outcomes with the changing expectations of employers, and will ensure Curtin remains highly competitive in a dynamic global market.

The transformative initiatives that will deliver Learning for Tomorrow will help us realise our shared vision to be an international leader in education and research.

 

 

 

 CURTIN IS TRANSFORMING

Curtin students take up the challengecurtin_challenge_2

Online and interactive Curtin Challenge gives students the opportunity to gain credit for leadership development and career preparation.

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Curtin Online Architecture Team wins national awardArchitecture Studio

Curtin University has won a national Online Learning Excellence award for its Architecture Studio, created using collaboration and gaming technologies.

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Curtin an international leader in educationCurtin an international leader in education

Learning at Curtin is "on your terms"! Personal, collaborative, innovative, richly interactive, flexible and, above all, global.

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Curtin Partners with UNESCO to talk world problemsCurtin Partners with UNESCO to talk world problems_thumb

Curtin has embarked on a partnership with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization that will give students a chance to solve world problems.

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Curtin to expand international education marketsCurtin to expand international education markets_thumb

Curtin is launching flagship courses in business, engineering, humanities and health sciences to export its teaching excellence to the world.

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Curtin to reach one million learners globallyCurtin to reach one million learners globally

Vice Chancellor Professor Debbie Terry explains Curtin's plan to reach one million learners globally by 2017 through redesigning the way it delivers education.

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Curtin University's Festival of Learning highlightsCurtin Festival of Learning highlights

Curtin held a Festival of Learning to showcase innovation in teaching and learning at Curtin. See the festival highlights.

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Curtin’s ‘new education’ includes free courses delivered globallyCurtin’s ‘new education’ includes free courses delivered at global scale_thumb

Curtin University continues targeted investments in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) as part of its Learning for Tomorrow strategy.

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Flagship courses to help take Curtin to the worldFlagship courses to help take Curtin to the world_thumb

Curtin is partnering with industry leaders to launch its first suite of flagship courses using a new teaching and learning model.

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Gamifying learningThe future of learning at Curtin_thumb

Learning at Curtin University will look very different in 2020 when today's year seven students are ready to begin their tertiary education.

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Gaming technology helps bring Curtin teaching to lifeGaming technology helps bring Curtin teaching to life_thumb

Sophisticated 3-D gaming technology is being used to transform Curtin University teaching by taking education beyond the confines of the university campus.

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Learning for tomorrow - the Curtin visionjill downie_thumb

Curtin has embarked on an ambitious project to transform teaching and learning. Deputy Vice Chancellor Education Professor Jill Downie explains the achievements so far!

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Smart data helping Curtin meet students needsSmart data helping Curtin meet students needs_thumb

Curtin is undertaking an innovative project to personalise learning and drive greater student success using data from 52,000 students.

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Technology links Curtin to a world of learnersTechnology links Curtin to a world of learners_thumb

Curtin has embarked on an ambitious project to expand its educational offerings to the world - aiming to engage one million learners globally by 2017.

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Three dimensional gaming in educationCurtin to use three dimensional gaming in education

Curtin Business School lecturer Torsten Reiners demonstrated his work with 3D virtual worlds as part of Curtin's Festival of Learning.

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