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How to be social and present in the online classroom

By Alexander White,

Alex White links teacher presence back to Social Presence Theory and uncovers recent examples of being present during remote teaching.

A-E-I-O-You and Me: a teaching philosophy

By David Waller,

David Waller spells out the aims and responsibilities of his teaching philosophy.

LXDCON’20 recap: humans at the heart of learning experiences

By LX Team,

Elizabeth Smith and Richard Ingold from the LX.lab guide you through this year's Learning Experience Design Conference.

Begin as you mean to go on: file naming conventions

By Alexander White,

Do you have a consistent file naming system for your subject site? Moira Scerri does!

How to write online exam questions

By Peter Kandlbinder,

Tips for writing fair and equitable exam questions to provide meaningful, practice-oriented tasks for students

Introducing first years to MS Teams

By Alexander White,

Starting university is an overwhelming prospect at the best of times. Amara Atif takes care to support students as they acclimatise to learning online.

Open Educational Resources: disruptive times encourage disruptive solutions

By Janet Chelliah,

Due to remote learning, the issue of access to resources has become more critical, stimulating new initiatives and collaborations in OER.

Zoom Ghost Busting

By James Wakefield,

Ever experienced an eerie feeling, like something, or someone, is there even though you can't see them or hear them?

Do I really need to put my exam online?

By Peter Kandlbinder,

What are the online alternatives to assessing your students in examinations? Follow our interactive guide for the answers!

Internships and Covid-19

By Franziska Trede,

How has COVID-19 impacted on work-integrated learning and internships at UTS?

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