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Wrapping up the year with Postgraduate Learning Design

By Shaun Bell,

Find out what the learning designers in Postgraduate have been working on this year.

But you can’t learn science online…can you?

By Jennifer Ireland,

How PGLD and Science opened up the online space for practical learning.

Upskilling the arts for digital transformation

By Rory Green,

A collaboration between PGLD and FASS offers practical advice for people working in the arts.

Making study at UTS work for your students: tips from the teacher

By Keith Heggart,

Keith Heggart on some of the simple things students can do to boost marks and get more from their studies.

Making study at UTS work for your students: tips from graduates

By Shaun Bell,

With tips from recent graduates, we explore how academics can support their students to make the most of their study time.

Reimagining the traditional teaching team to develop online microcredentials

By Shaun Bell,

The vital elements in the collaboration between CAIK and PGLD to bring a new microcredential course to life.

Signposting for the bigger picture with cues from a cookbook

By Sebastian Krook,

What can learning designers borrow from Yotam Ottolenghi?

How we codesign online subjects with student workload in mind

By Thea Werkhoven,

The PGLD team discuss how they think through student workload in their learning design.

OPM in motion: it takes a team

By Gregory Martin,

The final post in our 3-part OPM series focuses on the role of collaboration within and outside of UTS in designing its new subjects.

OPM in motion: these subjects aren’t going to teach themselves

By Gregory Martin,

The second part of our 3-part series on the design and development of the Master of Education (Learning and Leadership) course.

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