Mrs Carina Correas

Senior Learning Designer

Learning and Teaching Innovation

place Sturt South (1001)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Carina completed her bachelor degree in Argentina and lived in USA before moving permanently to Australia in 2012. She is passionate about education with more than 15 years of experience across Secondary and Higher Education, Cultural Heritage and Vocational sectors. This experience is within the student administration and tutoring services, admissions and academic support functions across both domestic and international services.

Carina also speaks Spanish (native language) and understands Italian and Portuguese.

Since 2018, Carina has been working for Flinders Uni and joined CILT as an eLearning and Media Support Officer in 2019. She worked as a Learning Designer for the College of Science and Engineering during 2022.

She has completed a Master of Education, Leadership and Management at Flinders University.

  • Tour Guide and Interpreter of Cultural and Natural Heritage Diploma
  • Bachelor Degree in English Teaching as a Second Language
  • Master of Education, Leadership and Mangement
Honours, awards and grants
  • FLTA (Foreign Language Teaching Assistant) Fulbright Scholarship 2006/2007
  • CNHS VPED Team Award 2020
Key responsibilities
  • Coordinating a significant stream within a major at-scale University project that will impact all staff and all students with ambitious timeframes.
  • Leading strategic initiatives to support digital learning development and enhancement as required, including identifying opportunities, developing briefs, coordinating stakeholder interests, implementation and evaluation of projects
  • Providing high level learning design expertise to academic staff who are developing educational resources including the design of learning activities, assessment strategies, choosing appropriate distribution media, and designing student learning support strategies.
  • Leading evaluation design, collection and reporting services
  • Leading the design and development of exemplary digital learning environments, activities and resources for strategically-determined courses and topics, and developing best practice templates for adaptation across the University
  • Working with academics to translate curriculum into best practice online learning and teaching for the benefit of students
  • Coordinating a targeted professional development program for academics so they professionally develop their own educational design and development skills and knowledge
  • Maintaining a high level up-to-date working knowledge of current and emerging educational technologies and digital learning theories, models and practices, and providing this expertise across the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching working groups and services, and to other departments within the University as required