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Suneeti Rekhari

Technology Enhanced Learning Designer in the College of Health and Biomedicine, Victoria University, Australia

Biographies

Dr Suneeti Rekhari (pictured) is a Learning designer and Blended Learning enthusiast. She has a PhD in Visual Studies (UNSW), and Graduate Certificate of Higher Education (Deakin), MA and BA in Social Science. She has previously lectured at the University of Wollongong, Deakin University and the University of Melbourne, along with researching, designing and developing digital content in various Learning Management Systems. Her key areas of interest are flexible curriculum design, Active Learning, visual communication and creative industries. She is currently a Technology Enhanced Learning Designer in the College of Health and Biomedicine, Victoria University. Say hello to her on twitter @suneetea.

Dr Puspha Sinnayah has been a research scientist in the field of neurophysiology, with a special interest in the physiological basis of behaviour and appetite regulation. She received her PhD in Melbourne, Australia and went to the United States to carry out postdoctoral studies for 10 years.  She returned to Australia in August 2009 and has been building an extensive teaching portfolio and has taught and coordinated a range of subjects in physiology, pathophysiology and neuroscience at Monash College, La Trobe University and Victoria University. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at Victoria University and a course leader for the Bachelor of Biomedical Science degree. She is engaged in developing active learning curricula to enhance student learning and experience.

My Sessions

H5P and the Brave New World of Learning Interactives: A Case Study in first year Anatomy & Physiology units

Yellow Room

This presentation aims to add a new perspective to the use of learning interactives in tertiary education. It discusses the use of an open source and free to use eLearning authoring tool, H5P, to create chunked modular activities in first year Anatomy & Physiology units at Victoria University, Melbourne. Abstract Advances in educational technology in […]

Innovation in Learning and Teaching
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