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Forecast the future: designing a learning sequence for student prediction

By James Tracy,

We wrap up our postgraduate focus this year with a practical application of the POE learning sequence – where leaners predict, observe and explain.

Get up to speed with short courses: introducing Drivers of Chemical Reactions

By James Tracy,

The first in a series new short courses from the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences aims to make chemistry concepts fun and engaging.

Preparing for postgraduate study Part 2: Addressing the ‘eek’ factor for new students

By Michelle Hrlec,

in the second part of this case study from the Postgraduate Learning Design Team, we shift focus to the modules' learning sequence and strategies.

Creating connection and community with orientation course sites

By Brigette Fyfe,

The Postgraduate Learning Design team preview Canvas sites created for students to engage, connect and build community at start of session.

Preparing for postgraduate study Part 1: Addressing the ‘eek’ factor for new students

By Michelle Hrlec,

A new orientation course developed by Health and the Postgraduate Learning Design Team aims to ease in new postgraduate students.

Set yourself apart with custom Zoom virtual backgrounds

By Anthony Burke,

Need a UTS-branded Zoom background to hide your unmade bed? Or perhaps you want to live your sci-fi fantasy on board the TARDIS?

Designing for the new Master of Business Analytics

By Sebastian Krook,

Preview three subjects from the Business school that will be delivered as part of the UTS’s Online Partnership Model.

360-degree immersion: putting students at the scene of the crime

By Evan Betreen,

CSI UTS is on the case with an interactive and immersive collaboration between the Centre for Forensic Science and the PGLD Media Team.

Sharing Indigenous resources with trust and respect

By Eleanor Rowan,

When using resources involving Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property, consent and consultation are key to a respectful collaboration.

What do you do when the student cohort of your online class more than quadruples in size?

By Matisse Strong,

Find out how Mary Coupland and the Postgraduate Learning Design Team developed the Arguments, Evidence and Intuition elective online.

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