eLearning Development

The eLearning Services team can provide custom development to support the needs of staff requiring tailored applications.

Development of these applications is usually implemented using the following phases:

  • Project requirements
  • Design and scope definition
  • Data definition
  • Requirements execution
  • Testing and user acceptance
  • Deployment
  • Ongoing support (if required)

Some examples of these applications are listed below.

Supervisor Connect

The Faculty research projects site where prospective research students find out about projects and connect with potential supervisors.

Active Learning Modules (ALMs)

ALMs are designed to assist GPs to apply the latest evidence based practice in their patient management. 

A variety of online learning tools are used to facilitate learning, such as quizzes, video demonstrations, case studies and discussion forums. Screenshots are below. This project was set up using Drupal.




Community Based Practice Program (CBPP)

The CBPP is a collaborative teaching program that provides Yr 2 undergraduate MBBS students with an introduction to the social context of health whilst being placed within a community organisation.

The CBPP site was redeveloped to provide students, field educators and academic advisors with a central space for various content associated with the program. See the screenshot below.



Student Project Cases (SPC)

The SPC site was designed as a group project assessment database for second year students of the MBBS program.

One of the implemented deliverables of the project was the improvement in efficiency of generating reports based on various data submitted by students and advisors. See the screenshot below.

Need help with a special project?

If you would like some advice, more information or help with your project, please submit a request through our eLearning Services Jobdesk or contact us.