Connections: Online Teaching: Teacher presence & sense of community.

Presented by Associate Professor Jihyun Lee, FASS

Scientia Education Experience: Being Digital

In this session, Jihyun will share what worked and what did not work in the online teaching mode, based on her experiences with three student cohorts (N = 70 and 100 students) in 2019 and 2020. She will talk about some strategies before the Moodle opening date, at the beginning of the course, during the time when students prepare their assessments, mid-way through, and towards the end of the course. She will also talk about different strategies to enhance the sense of community during the fully online teaching.


About Associate Professor Jihyun Lee

A/Prof. Jihyun Lee

Jihyun Lee is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at UNSW. Her main teaching areas are research methods including introductory research methods, quantitative data analysis, survey design, and experimental design. She also served as the Faculty Statistical Consultant for HDR students. The introductory research methods course has been taught fully online since 2019 before the pandemic. She is passionate about identifying and designing optimal approaches to deliver fully online teaching.


UNSW Staff are able to view the recording it via the Connections Moodle site (self-enrolment key: unswconnections)

10th Jun 2020, 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 You can access the recording via the Connections Moodle site (self-enrolment key: unswconnections).

Staff Only: Event open only to UNSW Staff