Creating a Virtual Campus

JULY 13, 2022 | 8:00 PM ET | US
JULY 14, 2022 | 10:00 AM AEST
| AUSTRALIA

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Online and in-person are no longer a reasonable dichotomy to segment educational opportunities. Higher education institutions need to create a balance of virtual and in-person experiences, recognizing the trade-offs and unique affordances of each. 

Join Julie Lindsay, Ph.D., Senior Education Technology Advisor at the University of Queensland, and Andreina Parisi-Amon, Ph.D., VP of Learning & Teaching at Engageli, in an Engageli virtual classroom to discuss a strategic approach to creating a Virtual Campus.  

They will discuss: 

  • How to create a thoughtful online program as the core for digital learning
  • Defining the role of the physical campus, and its important role in the learner experience 
  • What it takes to build a virtual campus vision that focuses on the best of each modality, and what is the interplay between them
  • Why it takes collaboration and buy-in to build a digital campus

Join us for conversation and Q&A following the session.

Can't attend live? No problem! Register to receive the link to the Engageli Playback Room.

You can read more about UniSQ's approach to creating a Virtual Campus in Julie's recent blog post.

Julie Lindsay, Ph.D.
Julie Lindsay, Ph.D.

Senior Education Technology Advisor, University of Southern Queensland

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Julie Lindsay, Ph.D.

Senior Education Technology Advisor, University of Southern Queensland


Julie is a thought leader in online learning and global collaboration, innovator, teacherpreneur, keynote speaker and author. She has a 30+ years career in higher education and K-12 schools. She worked in international schools for fifteen years as an educational technology leader across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Her passion is for online global collaboration and as Founder and CEO of Flat Connections she designs and manages award-winning online projects for all K-12 levels and customizes learning experiences for educators including virtual courses and live events. She has presented keynotes and workshops at conferences around the world and designed and implemented her own conferences that bring learners of all ages (educators and students) together for challenge-based problem-solving.

Julie is the Associate Director, Digital Learning Innovation at the University of Southern Queensland, Office for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching. Prior to taking on this position at USQ, she worked at Charles Sturt University designing and teaching courses in the School of Information Studies and Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) degrees. In the Charles Sturt u!magine Innovation Unit, Julie was Quality Learning and Teaching Academic Lead for the Faculty of Arts and Education where she supported subject development with Online Learning Model integration. She was the Open Pathways Design Lead, where she designed and facilitated open learning courses, such as ‘Get ready, get set, become a digital online learner’.

Julie is an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE, 2010), a Google Certified Innovator (2014), and recipient of the ISTE 'Making IT Happen' Award (2013) and the ISTE Online Learning Award (2007). She is the author of two books: Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Mindsand ‘The Global Educator: Leveraging Technology for Collaborative Learning and Teaching’. Julie completed a PhD at the University of Southern Queensland in 2019 with a research focus on online global collaborative educators and pedagogical change.

Andreina Parisi-Amon, Ph.D.
Andreina Parisi-Amon, Ph.D.

VP of Learning & Teaching, Engageli

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Andreina Parisi-Amon, Ph.D.

VP of Learning & Teaching, Engageli


Andreina Parisi-Amon is the VP of Learning & Teaching at Engageli. She brings over 15 years of experience across academia and industry-driving innovation in education. Before joining Engageli, she spent three years in K-12 applied learning development, and five years creating and leading Coursera’s Teaching & Learning team. She has extensive experience in research, curriculum development, teaching, and building partnerships with university and industry leaders.

Andreina has a Ph.D. from Stanford University and a BSc from Duke University.

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