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.
Open book exams are, in general, more authentic as assessment tasks. They mimic real world conditions better, and can side-step the memorisation-regurgitation of information for which closed-book exams are notorious. But how do you get them right?
The 'whole of course approach' is a key part of the LX Transformation. But what does it mean, and how does it affect you as a subject coordinator?
Join us to learn how the 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Award winners implemented their innovative learning and teaching projects in the classroom.
This is a guide through my experiences in bookmark and online information management. I have captured, sorted and archived material with a variety of tools over the years. Some of these tools might also be useful to you in your quest for infotopia.
Monday marked the annual Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Awards Ceremony, a night to recognise the many talented UTS staff who are innovating their learning experience for students.
Dr James Wakefield was the recipient of a 2018 Universities Australia Citation for his contributions to student learning. Here he tells us about the work he has now been nationally recognised for, and the current landscape for learning and teaching.
Many students really do want to become entrepreneurs and start start-ups while they are still at university. Nationally, and at UTS, about 40% are actively planning to develop entrepreneurial capabilities. But, why and how?
Alex Belli and Amanda White on what to expect at the upcoming UTS Teaching & Learning Forum.
A speech given by Dr Willa Huston, UTS Faculty of Science, at the launch of the Leaders in their Field publication and announcement of the new UTS employment target of 40% academic women in STEMM by 2022.