Are you and your students battling Zoom fatigue? Scott Chadwick enlists the help of Doctor Strange, Wolverine and Tiger King.
For Emily Quinn Smyth, a eureka moment on a field trip for an undergraduate subject led her to an important research question - the lack of scientific vocabulary in Australian sign language, or Auslan.
UTS has been making great strides towards transforming learning and teaching. The Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching Showcase is an opportunity to celebrate successes within the UTS Community.
This post is a collaboration between Dr Melissa Edwards and Mark Liu, who designed the program for the subject Creativity and Complexity. Read on to find out why students described the subject as 'challenging, but rewarding'.
Copyright can be a murky, confusing area to wade into when it comes to learning and teaching. Here's a beginner's guide to understanding how to navigate it!
It's relatively easy to cheat on online quizzes. Introducing randomisation can make it much harder.
MOOCs are free online courses on a wide range of subjects provided by established universities from all over the world. Read on to find out you can use them to support your teaching at UTS.
We were asked to create a social media guide for unfamiliar users, and thought to ourselves what better way to showcase this than through an infographic? However we didn’t want to create just any infographic... Co-authored by Amanda Sampol and Phoebe Huang.