eLearning workshops

Workshops run and staff attendances

Practical, hands-on workshops in teaching and learning technologies are offered through Workday to help staff prepare their courses each semester. In April, 2 workshops were conducted with 15 participants attending. This year to date, 52 staff workshops have been run with a total of 652 attendances. Since 2012, there has been a total of 8,574 staff workshop attendances.

workshops run in april 2022


workshop attendances in april 2022


Online workshop completions

WorkshopNumber of engagementsNumber of completions
Learn.UQ Basics82
Learn.UQ Quizzes, Tests and Exams41
Virtual Classroom (Zoom)32
Desktop Recording (Kaltura Capture)31
Video Assignment20

eLearning guides

Guide updates

The following table displays the number of staff and student guides that have been created, updated and removed this year to date.

Guides CreatedGuides UpdatedGuides Removed



Total = 194
(10 student guides + 184 staff guides)


Top 10 eLearning guides 

The following list includes the 10 most viewed eLearning guides this month:

  1. Create a Grade Schema (1-7 grades) (1229 views) 
  2. Reactions in a Zoom meeting (571 views)  
  3. ePortfolio (383 views)
  4. Turnitin (349 views)
  5. Set privacy and share a Padlet (320 views)
  6. Video Assessment Showcase (301 views)
  7. Multiple Choice with Images (288 views)
  8. Delete Threads and Edit/Delete Replies (218 views)
  9. Meeting Timer, Agenda and Clock Countdown in Zoom (211 views)
  10. Grade Centre (199 views)

 Total webpage views = 29,769

Total webpage views for the previous month (March 2022) = 40,903


eLearning Adviser Consultations

The eLearning Adviser Consultations is designed to help staff implement the UQ eLearning tools that most successfully solve common teaching and learning problems. The eLearning Adviser Consultations to date in 2022 has catered for 140 Course Coordinators teaching into 180 courses which constitutes approximately 5.22% of all courses in the university and servicing a total of 23,747 student experiences across the university. In total, the number of appointments equal to 234. The top three most common individual tools implemented are Online marking / submission, Grade Centre and Online quiz / exam. For the month, 29 Course Coordinators were assisted with eLearning related consultations teaching into 25 courses with 4,435 student experiences across 53 appointments.

Individual toolsTimes implementedStudents benefitted
Active learning tool82544
Collaboration / reflection tool202949
eLearning refresher191760
ePortfolio WIL - Chalk & Wire8643
Grade Centre386469
Group management154613
Group Peer Assessment91376
Microsoft Teams3396
Online marking / submission518862
Online mini lecture6457
Online quiz / exam386572
Self Peer Assessment Tool00
Course Insights2384
Video assignment81805
Video content - Kaltura2300
Virtual classroom - Zoom192562

ePortfolio usage

Usage in April

Usage this year to date

Assessments: 17125349
Files Uploaded: 27578801


eLearning Support - Requests and Trends

Chart of Support Request Categories from April 2020 to April 2022

Download Support Request Categories-202204.csv

The number of jobs for April 2022 increased by 6.2% when compared to April 2021 yet decreased by 42.3% when compared to April 2020 and decreased by 11.3% when compared to March 2022.

Course Management jobs for April 2022 increased by 5.1% when compared with April 2021 yet decreased by 48.5% when compared with April 2020 and decreased by 7.1% when compared with March 2022.

Tools & Other jobs for April 2022 increased by 6.8% when compared with April 2021 yet decreased by 38.1% when compared with April 2020 and decreased by 13.5% when compared with March 2022.

The distribution of jobs were mainly in favour of Tools & Other (64.01%) with Course Management (35.99%).


During April 2022 there were fifteen (15) Urgent jobs. A breakdown of the Urgent jobs are as follows.
Active Learn Tools (4), Blackboard Grade Centre (1), Blackboard Tools (3), Echo360 (1), H5P (1), Exam related (2), Turnitin (3).

All Urgent requests were responded to within an hour.