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How to reflect on what we have been doing so far: emergency remote teaching

By Anna Stack,

The shift to remote teaching has been sudden, but amidst the chaos are lessons to be learned and valued for future iterations.

Do I really need to Zoom? 5 questions to ask yourself before teaching with Zoom

By Anna Stack,

Let’s just do what normally happens in class through Zoom, right? Well, not quite. There are a few things you should ask yourself first.

Advice from academics going through the LXT Whole of Course process

By Anna Stack,

One of the great things about the UTS Teaching and Learning Forum is hearing from a wide range of people about how they are approaching their teaching and planning across different faculties.  At the session A conversation with the “transformed”: stories from academics going through subject transformation we were...

A visit from the LX.lab: finishing up with our faculty pop-ups

By Anna Stack,

Just in case you missed us popping up around campus...

The Power of Polling: feedback in a flash

By Anna Stack,

Polling tools provide quick and easy ways to gauge interest, understanding and obtain feedback from your students in class.

How the UTS Sport and Exercise Science team is hitting it for six

By Anna Stack,

A look at what has been happening in the new headquarters of the UTS Sport and Exercise Science team at the Moore Park Precinct.

How many polls could a poll-er poll if a poll-er could poll polls?

By Anna Stack,

Using a polling tool to poll the best polling tool for you! Answer our survey and tell us how you use polling tools.

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