Peter Mellow

Learning Design Coordinator in Learning Environments at the University of Melbourne, Australia


Peter Mellow is Learning Design Coordinator in Learning Environments at the University of Melbourne. Previously he was a senior lecturer teaching sport science at AUT University for 22 years and lecturer at Curtin University. In 2007 he received a national tertiary teaching excellence award (NZ). Peter is currently focusing his time in the areas of mLearning, gamification, social media, learning environments and MOOCs.

My Sessions

MOOCs at work – the changing approach to professional development

Blue Room

This paper examines the influence that MOOCs are having on the increasing number of partnerships developing between universities and corporations interested in enhancing employment opportunities for new graduates and professional development for existing employees Although limited research currently exists in describing the role of MOOCs in professional work settings, reports from industry and the popular […]

Strategic Leadership

Creating A Better Educational Video Experience For Student Learning

Yellow Room

Summary Video learning artifacts have been used in education for many decades now, with little research into its benefit to student learning. As the effectiveness of video is still being researched this poster aims to provide some practical effective options to educators creating video. Often a conflict between ease of production versus video sophistication dictates […]

Innovation in Learning and Teaching