The Non-Disposable Assignment: Enhancing Personalised Learning


Case studies

Case studies of faculty reflecting on the process of designing more personalised and open learning in their classes. We hope to grow this collection, so if you have a story to share please let us know.

Engaging Students as Editors of an Undergraduate Journal

David Livingstone from Liberal Studies describe the Compass Rose Undergraduate Journal project which is curated by a student directed editorial board.

Engaging Students in Peer Review and Collaborative Writing Assignments

Doug Corrin from Forestry explains how he uses wikis to support peer review and collaborative writing in his course.

Engaging Students in a Collective Writing Assignment

Eric Demers from Biology shares his design of a collective writing project on ornithology. Students were tasked with individually writing about a local bird species and those articles were collated to form an open access collection.

Fostering a Network of Open Student Reflections

Jackie Kelly from Art and Design shares how she designed an assignment which required students to individually and openly reflect on their learning, then aggregate the collective reflections onto a parent site.

Engaging Students with Video Projects for Professional Development

Corey Takahashi, who teaches in the communications department at Syracuse University in New York, asked students to create “bio videos”.

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