Jo McKenzie

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More chances to pitch ideas for UTS Central’s new large collaborative classrooms

By Jo McKenzie,

We want to hear your ideas for collaborative learning in the large classrooms that will open next year. Successful pitches will be on the list for timetable priority.

Apply now for a 2018 VC’s Learning and Teaching grant

By Jo McKenzie,

Here's how to apply for an LX micro grant or small project grant

What can students do in Week 1?

By Jo McKenzie,

I’ve been asked this more than a few times over the past weeks. And yes, there is an answer.

Are you ready for the new UTS Assessment policy?

By Jo McKenzie,

The new Coursework Assessment Policy and Procedures have been approved for 2018. Get your subject ready now.

learning.futures learner experience design grants: apply now

By Jo McKenzie,

Like to design more active and collaborative learning experiences? Read on to find out how to gain funding to help...

Need help now with UTSOnline?

By Jo McKenzie,

Welcome to week 1 of the UTS Spring session. If you're feeling lost in UTSOnline, take a look at these tips for finding your way.

Transition is not just for first year

By Jo McKenzie,

Whether they’re starting first year, second year, final year or postgrad, students are starting new subjects. Good week 1 activities can help students to make the transition into your subject and class. And it’s not (quite) too late to do something.

Challenging post-truth with Urthboy

By Jo McKenzie,

Post-truth is the Oxford word of the year for 2016. Sad but true. Millions of voters swayed to vote by emotion rather than evidence. So what does Urthboy have to do with this, you might ask?

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