Learning Technologies register updates

The updated register (spreadsheet) of CSU learning technologies was recently released, having been approved through the
External Educational Technologies Policy (EET) and the New Learning Technology Approval Policy (NLTA). The worksheets “NLTA approved” and “EET approved” are especially helpful. The register complements the University’s centrally supported systems as depicted in the Charles Sturt Learning Technologies Landscape diagram.

The EET and NLTA policies have been designed to minimise risk to Charles Sturt students and staff. More information is available through the Policy Library:

External Educational Technologies for Learning & Teaching
See the EET Guidelines and EET Policy. The policy requires you to complete a short risk assessment as per the policy reference:

(16) ii. do a risk assessment to minimise risks and review the appropriateness of using specific EETs. Note, the External Educational Technologies Learning and Teaching Risk Assessment Checklist needs to be completed and provided to the Head of School and the Director – Learning Technologies, Division of Learning and Teaching. Failure to do so may constitute a violation of the Charles Sturt University Code of Conduct – Section 6 (13);

New Learning Technologies Approval Policy
The criteria are explained in the Policy, but the NLTA Policy is normally applied when central support and/or professional learning and/or integration with Charles Sturt University centrally supported systems are requested (as per the Charles Sturt Learning Technologies Landscape diagram or the snapshot diagram Developments in Charles Sturt Learning Technologies.  

Please note: the Learning technologies overview web page includes further information under the headings “Overview of CSU’s Learning Technologies” and “Learning Technologies (alphabetical)“.

Thank you to Kim Nevins in the Learning Technologies Unit who administers the NLTA and EET processes. Kim be contacted for more information at knevins@csu.edu.au.

Contributed by Philip Uys, Director, Learning Technologies, Division of Learning and Teaching.

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