Technology-enhanced Learning at NUS

We aim to provide a distinctive and high quality education to every student by capitalizing on the opportunities that technological developments present and embracing evidence-based teaching methodologies, to shape our educational offerings and pedagogies that will allow our students to learn in ways that meet the demands of today’s world, and to align our engagement with their learning styles, to personalize their learning, and to cater to different abilities and ambitions.

The Learning Innovation Fund - Technology (LIF-T) was created in 2012 to seed faculty TEL projects across the institution, support MOOCs and blended learning modules. LIF-T has played a significant role in allowing for innovation in TEL at NUS and contributed in a big way to building a culture of technology-enhanced teaching and learning at the University.




 


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Technology-enhanced Teaching and Learning Projects

Technology-enhanced teaching and learning projects are experiments with technologies and pedagogical designs to improve teaching and student learning, either at the module, department or programme-level.

 

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Creating Chemistry-related Mobile Apps

Creating Chemistry-related Mobile Apps

Dr Emelyn Tan & Dr Soo Yuen Jien

Chemistry

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Key Foundation Concepts in Psychology

Key Foundation Concepts in Psychology

A/Prof John Elliot

Arts & Social Sciences

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Creating eLearning Materials

Creating eLearning Materials

A/Prof Damith Chatura Rajapakse

Computing

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NUS MOOCs

NUS offers a number of standalone MOOCs and Specializations on Coursera.

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Reason and Persuasion: Thinking Through Three Dialogues By Plato

Reason and Persuasion: Thinking Through Three Dialogues By Plato

A/Prof John Holbo

Arts & Social Sciences

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Write Like Mozart: An Introduction to Classical Music Composition

Write Like Mozart: An Introduction to Classical Music Composition

A/Prof Peter Edwards

Conservatory of Music

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Public Relations For Digital Media Specialization

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Introduction to Public Relations

Introduction to Public Relations

Prof Mohan Dutta

Communications and New Media

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Public Relations Research

Public Relations Research

Asst Prof Iccha Basnyat

Communications and New Media

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Public Relations Campaigns

Public Relations Campaigns

Prof Mohan Dutta

Communications and New Media

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Social Media in Public Relations

Social Media in Public Relations

Ms Tracy Loh

Communications and New Media

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Public Relations Capstone

Public Relations Capstone

Prof Mohan Dutta

Asst Prof Iccha Basmyat

Ms Tracy Loh

Communications and New Media

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Effective Communication in the Globalised Workplace Specialization

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Establishing a Professional ‘Self’ through Effective Intercultural Communication

Establishing a Professional ‘Self’ through Effective Intercultural Communication

Dr Misty So-Sum Wai-Cook

Centre for English Language Communication

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Strengthening Your Widening Network

Strengthening Your Widening Network

Ms Sarah Chong

Centre for English Language Communication

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Engaging in Persuasive and Credible Communication

Engaging in Persuasive and Credible Communication

Mr Derrick Ng

Centre for English Language Communication

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Becoming Part of the Globalised Workplace

Becoming Part of the Globalised Workplace

Ms Susan Lee

Centre for English Language Communication

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Effective Communication in the Globalised Workplace - The Capstone

Effective Communication in the Globalised Workplace - The Capstone

Dr Lee Kooi Cheng

Dr Wu Siew Mei

Centre for English Language Communication

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