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4 reasons to consider Canvas New Analytics

By Mais Fatayer,

We highlight some key features of the New Analytics tool in Canvas that will help improve your students’ learning experience.

8 quick tips to make the Canvas experience easier for students

By Beate Mueller,

FASS students gave feedback on their Canvas experience in Autumn session – here are some tips and tricks to address the common issues.

Student agency and teamwork: role play and rehearsal in the theatre of dreams

By Dimity Wehr,

Lift the curtain on a hybrid event where staff and students used role play and discussion to turn teamwork nightmares into teamwork dreams.

Spotlight on Science microcredentials

By Ariane Wicks,

A recent collaboration between PGLD and the School of Life Sciences sees four new microcredentials implemented.

Back to Country: a rich sound-based Acknowledgement of Country

By Alexander White,

Gabriel Clark on his UTS Learning and Teaching Award for facilitating institutional reflection on Aboriginal sovereignty with the collaborative Back To Country project.

Empowering students in moments of ‘stuck’

By Lucy Allen,

Lucy Allen shows how students can come to see being 'stuck' as a useful and important part of the learning journey.

Switch off Zoom and rediscover the LX.lab

By Phoebe Huang,

Our campus space is back in action and jam-packed with events in May – here are some of the highlights.

UTS Art experience: There we were all in one place

By Christopher Girdler,

A new exhibition and learning experience at the UTS gallery inspires you to tap into your past and consider your connection to the land.

Exploring OER: open practice for social good

By Mais Fatayer,

Part 2 in our OER blog series looks at the many examples of Open Educational Resources in practice around the world.

Combat contract cheating: metadata is your friend

By David Yeats,

David Yeats explains how metadata can be used to expose cheating in a new 'Combat contract cheating' series of blogs.

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