Master of Digital Learning Futures - SDLF01 - 2018

As technology and new media become a bigger part of education and learning, the need to gain insight into designing successful learning experiences with technology gains momentum. The Master of Digital Learning Futures offers an innovative industry relevant program designed to provide leading edge knowledge for understanding, creating and teaching with digital resources.

The program explores the digital paradigm in education, and combines leading edge theory with real-world new media and ICT production skills for digital resource development, learning and teaching. Students will learn to code, use innovative digital technologies to support quality teaching and learning, use a drone to support the education curriculum, and use video games - including VR and AR, apps and mobile devices to design a technology-based curriculum.

  • This course is offered full time or part time and you will have the flexibility to study on campus or online to fit in with work or family commitments.
  • Applicants with an existing IT qualification, industry or professional experience are eligible to apply for advanced standing.
  • Throughout this challenging but rewarding course, you can draw on the guidance and support of our own educators, and get prepared to embark on building your career on your experiences and interests through study, projects, research and an internship opportunity.
  • Our placement pathway is a flexible learning option, so you can develop your skills with an organisation locally, nationally and internationally.

This course is designed for a range of career seekers including teachers, teaching centre technology officers, instructional designers, education software developers, learning and development specialists and e-learning specialists who want to learn more about better engaging the digital paradigm and new media for teaching and learning.


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