Remote delivery in response to COVID-19

Presented by Dr May Lim and Dr Peter Neal, Faculty of Engineering


Connections Seminar Series


You can access the recording via the Connections Moodle site (self-enrolment key: unswconnections). 


Dr May Lim and Dr Peter Neal, two academics from UNSW Engineering, share candid stories about how they adapt, preserve and survive the shift to remote delivery in response to the coronavirus.

They will share tips and tricks they have used to move lectures, tutorials and assessments online, including what had helped, what to avoid, what was unexpected.

They will also talk about where there may be opportunities to enhance the students’ online experience by tying it to their sense of community and connection to UNSW.

About Dr May Lim 

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Dr May Lim is a Senior Lecturer at UNSW Chemical Engineering and a fellow of the Scientia Education Academy. She is also the Faculty Education Innovation Fellow. May's learning and teaching interests encompass Work Integrated Learning, teaching at scale and reflective practice in engineering.






About Dr Peter Neal 

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Peter Neal is an Education Focussed lecturer in Chemical Engineering and is passionate about developing students’ capacity in design, inquiry and professional skills. He has been a key contributor to the development of new thesis courses across the Faculty of Engineering. He has also helped drive a new School-wide approach to inquiry-based learning, implementing the design of two new blended laboratory courses, and provides advice and support to staff implementing new teaching strategies and educational technologies. 





UNSW Staff are able to view the recording it via the Connections Moodle site (self-enrolment key: unswconnections)