International STEM Students Podcasts: A student-centered approach in communicating the learning experiences during Covid
Bita Zaferanloo
Dept. of Chemistry & Biotechnology
Peter Marcato
Dept. of Media & Communications
Caslon Chua
Dept. of Computer Science & Software Engineering

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the international students and the international education sector hard. As the world emerges out of the pandemic, there is a lack of analysis on the pandemic's impact on the international education sector globally.
To help fill this gap and understand the impact, this project aims to understand the impact of he pandemic on the students and develop Swinburne students’ communication and technical skills utilising a multidisciplinary student-centered approach to play, risk and act as global citizens who initiate change.
Swinburne students will interview international STEM students to create International STEM Students Podcasts Archive. This is foster understanding of the impact among the students and promote a sense of belonginess which also provides insights on how to address the challenges and barriers. In addition, this activity is aligned with their assessments and contribute to the development of graduate attributes.
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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