UNFED Meeting hosted by Engineering

UNSW Faculty of Engineering is pleased to host the May meeting of UNFED.

Come join us for Engineering’s UNFED session live in the new Digital Teaching Studio!

We encourage you to come in person to check out the new space and catch up with your colleagues for an informal discussion over lunch after the formal sessions in the first half of the event conclude. A hybrid option will be provided for those who cannot attend in person.


Moodle Enhance theme and template rollout; The Engineering perspective

Morgan Harris, Nasrin Danish and Swapneel Thite

The Moodle Project team in Engineering have worked closely with all convenors to ensure courses are adapted well to the new theme and template. Our model for the rollout involved initial consultations with the academics on the new theme and template to understand how their course could work with the template, implementing the course in the new theme and handing over the updated course to convenors. We share our Engineering experience on working with convenors with a focus on how we integrated of Microsoft Power Automate and ClickUp Project management tool to organise and run the adaptations of all courses to Moodle enhance.

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ChatGPT/AI Ed Community Teams Site

Nicole Cai

Educational Designers and Developers from the Faculty of Medicine & Health and Faculty of Engineering have worked in collaboration to develop a community resource for ChatGPT & AI. We've recently created a ChatGPT/AI Ed Community in Microsoft Teams. The aim of this site is to be an informal space for UNSW academics and professional staff to share

and discuss AI in teaching and learning, as well as related articles and workshops. We invite you to join, share ideas and questions - Join Teams site here.

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Networking Lunch in the new Digital Teaching Studio (J17, Lvl. 5 Rm. 506)

David Kellermann from Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering and John Paul Posada have been working over the past year on the design and development of a new teaching space that leverages the latest technological advances to deliver the best in-room and online user experience possible. We plan for the space to be use during T2 by a few academics to iron out any issues, finalise some processes and optimise the space for multiple use cases. 

With the space reaching completion within the next few months we invite you to come in person or join online to see more of this exciting space over a networking discussion in the new Digital Teaching Studio with a light lunch provided.