Creating Networks and Interactions Through Podcasting
Nives Zubcevic-Basic
Department of Management & Marketing
Tash Hobbs
Learning Transformations Unit
For students, interacting, networking and engaging with industry is key because Marketing is dynamic and changing. Equally important is student to student interactions as each student brings their own insights often from culturally diverse, international settings that are of benefit in a globalised work environment.
However, after two years of remote, self-regulated learning, Marketing Units need to actively create an environment and assessments to facilitate interactions between peers and industry to support international and local students.
To do this we have formulated a reflective podcast assessment that students will create through acting as country or regional experts and explore perceptions of the other.
Shareable teaching and learning resources for this project coming soon!

Findings (Coming soon!)
Findings will include the following sub-sections: 
 - Problem 
- Overview 
- Emergent Outcomes 
- Key Learnings
- Detail around how the project addressed the Digital Literacies Pillars
- Impact data ​​​​​​​
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