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A library deconstructed: The changing face of the UTS library

By Michael Gonzalez,

Ahead of the UTS Library's move to UTS Central, Head Librarian, Michael Gonzelez, talks about the changing role of our new-look library. Plus five ways UTS staff can benefit from its many services.

Universal Design for Learning: what’s behind the practice?

By David Yeats,

Diversity of how students learn and the ‘creation of possible futures’.

Now’s the best time to make a Welcome Video for your subject!

By Matthew Vella,

There's no better way for students to start the session than to see a smiling face!

It’s time to get your subjects in full bloom – Spring session is almost here!

By Phoebe Huang,

Can you believe that it is July already? So you've finished marking for Autumn, and it's time to turn over a new leaf and get ready for the Spring session!

Getting to know your students

By Adam Morgan,

My ‘Getting to Know You’ survey didn’t just work for me. It also worked for Dr Sumati Ahuja, who shares her insights with us.

English language development and moral responsibility

By Shirley Alexander,

Ahead of the upcoming Town Hall, 'Improving students' English language capability', Shirley Alexander (DVC Education and Students) looks at the challenges we face in ensuring all students have a level of English language to help them thrive at uni.

From ethical hacking studios to interviewing Leigh Sales: learning done differently at UTS

By Katie Duncan,

Everyday our academics are creating engaging experiences for our students, that are done in a very UTS-kind-of-way. Here are 5 examples of what’s happening around UTS.

Inside UTS Central’s newest learning spaces

By Allison Glavin,

Behind the shiny exterior awaits a host of new learning spaces. Take a look at five of spaces set to open this year + go into the draw to win a pre-launch tour with the DVC E&S.

How to make videos more engaging: a chat with Professor Barbara Oakley

By Katie Duncan,

Following on from her recent workshop at the LX.lab, we talked to Professor Barbara Oakley about her research-informed strategies for effective videos in higher education, and how educators can make their videos more engaging.

Digital Literacy made easy with the Library’s Tinker Kits

By Alycia Bailey,

Feeling the pressure to develop digital and data literacy skills in your students? UTS Library can help with our Tinker Kits.

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