South Australian E-learning Projects

This page provides information about past e-learning projects. Find out 'who' has done 'what' in the area of e-learning, within South Australia. Browse the different projects to learn from the experience of others. Use the list as a means of contacting experienced practitioners. Build your 'big picture' view of e-learning in this state.For a complete (national) list, visit the Project Archive

SA Projects (2012 - 2013)

Learning to Learn (managed by Bedford Training)

This project used technology to engage learners, and help those disenfranchised from study or work gain confidence to lead them into further pathways for study or work.

Transferring Driving Skills to Refugees (managed by Transport Training Solutions)
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Learning to drive with the aid of video

This project utilised visual video technologies to assist in transferring correct motor vehicle driving skills to refugees, to allow them to obtain their driving license. This has improved the employability skills of refugees.

Literacy, Safety & Supporting Trades Learners (managed by Thebarton Senior College)

This project utilised national LLN benchmarks to create shareable, well scaffolded pathways allowing learners from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, arriving in Australia on refugee visas, to build the necessary literacy skills to gain employment in the Resource Industry or Building and Construction.

Measuring Up Online - Aboriginal Health (managed by TAFESA Regional APY Lands)

This project was a partnership with TAFE SA and Nganampa Health in the APY Lands to overcome some of the critical literacy and numeracy skills gaps preventing Aboriginal Health Workers from accessing educational opportunities and employment pathways.

Far West Learning Connections (managed by DCSI College for Learning & Development)

This project trialled the use of iPads and tablets providing the opportunity for staff in regional/remote workplaces to experience engaging online asynchronous programs. This flexible approach has reduced the need for extensive travel, costly accommodation and the time away from servicing Indigenous clients.

Training has it's challenges in these environments!

Digital Demos for Constructive Learning (TAFESA South)

This project supported flexible assessment processes for 2nd year carpentry competencies by utilising downtime effectively to enable the ability to respond to sporadic work demands in a flexible manner.

Online for Communication in Employment (managed by Barkuma Inc)

This project enabled 25 learners in remote and regional SA to achieve a competency from the Cert IV Employment Services . The project contextualised existing e-learning resources and adapted other existing content to develop an enriched and engaging online program.

Workforce Planning (managed by SA Health & Community Services Skills Board Inc)

This project was about enhancing the understanding of workforce planning and development by becoming an active e-learner, attaining units of competency related to workforce planning and development

Mobile Video e-Assessment (managed by TAFESA North)

With the support of online lecturer facilitation, hospitality students trialled the uploading of video evidence via a smartphone app to Moodle using a plug-in developed for this purpose.

SA Projects (2011 - 2012)

For a complete (national) list, visit the Project Archive

Collaborative E-assessment (managed by ASC Training & Development)

This project trialled e-assessment, particularly focusing on the potential of technology to support peer-assessment.

A 3-way Auslan conversation

E-QuitSkills (managed by QuitSA)

This project increased accessibility and flexibility of smoking cessation training for a range of learners in the health and community services sector. E-Quitskills has the potential to be rolled-out nationally, be customised specifically for Aboriginal health workers and will be particularly valuable to rural and remote workers.

E- learning opportunities for deaf students (managed by TAFESA South)

This project aimed to deliver Certificate IV TAA, combining e-learning strategies with other methodologies that were adjusted to meet the needs of deaf students who communicate using Auslan.

Online LLN Support for Trades Students (managed by Thebarton Senior College)

This was a project with a number of partners who combined their expertise to develop stronger LLN focus in teaching resources by finding and re-purposing suitable learning objects to support disadvantaged learners.

TAFESA Retail students

Migrating into the Retail Workplace (managed by TAFESA South)

This project provided learners from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (new-arrivals) the opportunity to develop skills sets to work effectively within an entry level retail environment.

Get that job! Anangu speak up! (managed by TAFESA Regional)

In this project a number of job seekers developed communication and e-literacy skills as they prepared for real jobs, building personal resumes, developing interview skills and participating in work placements with local employers.

VStream (managed by ACPET)

This project sought to build the capability and capacity of private RTOs to utilise the NBN, by developing guidelines for the use of e-learning and e-assessment tools for video streaming and mobile technologies.

Online Training Program for Regional Nurses (managed by HealthStaffEd)

As a provider of continuing professional development for nurses, HealthStaffEd partnered with the South Australian branch of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation to offer flexible opportunities for sustainable workforce development.

For a complete (national) list, visit the Project Archive