Digital Education in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences: Discipline Discussions

Aidan Cornelius-Bell, Daria Tikhonova, Eric Bouvet, Susanne Schech, Mai Ngo, Eric Parisot, Javier Diaz-Martinez, James H. Kane, Helen Carter

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The research reported here was undertaken by the Digital Education Working Group (DEWG) to achieve the following four objectives, in line with the CHASS Digital Education Action Plan:
1. To better understand the perspectives on, experiences with and plans for digital education across the College to inform further strategy or changes in the College’s approach to digital education.
2. To scope the professional learning and resourcing needs in a systematic and robust way to ensure adequate support is being provided.
3. To gather insights on current discipline-based models of learning and teaching to inform recommendations on the scholarship of teaching, particularly online teaching models.
4. To synthesise current good practice examples.
The DEWG research team worked with eight discipline groups across CHASS in 2021: Archaeology, English, Geography, History, Indigenous Studies, Languages, Philosophy, and Screen and Media. This report serves as a high-level synthetic overview of the results of in-depth focus group interviews conducted with staff and makes recommendations about ways forward for digital education, with relevant stakeholders identified at College and University levels. Here, DEWG and the College’s executive leadership team hold responsibility for understanding, driving, improving and supporting the digital education strategies in the College. The report summarises key findings across several key areas.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBedford Park
PublisherFlinders University
Commissioning bodyFlinders University
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sept 2021


  • digital education
  • pedagogy
  • humanities
  • arts
  • social sciences
  • teaching
  • staff wellbeing
  • workload
  • labour
  • resourcing
  • educational technologies


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