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Open Access Buckle Up! … BEL+T group learnings from a (very fast) move online

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This article describes the support provided by the BEL+T (Built Environments Learning + Teaching) group at the University of Melbourne, to facilitate the 'move online' of learning that was prompted by COVID-19. The article outlines how this support related to pedagogical, technical and cultural challenges in the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning. The DIA framework, its DIAgram and related resources developed by BEL+T informed changes to the delivery of relevant content, support for effective interaction with and between students, and online assessment approaches. This article identifies the elements of the framework in terms of architectural learning as we contemplate a return to campus, hybrid/dual delivery modes and new challenges.

Keywords: ASSESSMENT; DELIVERY; INTERACTION; LEARNING DESIGN; ONLINE EDUCATION; STUDENT BELONGING

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2021

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