Find out what's happening on the first week of March at Open Education Week.
How can GenAI’s linguistic capability be used to redraft a course’s intended learning outcomes more succinctly?
Associate Professor Sheila Donnelly from the School of Life Sciences talks about how she integrates her passion for research with her teaching. Sheila researches host-parasite interactions to develop novel therapeutics for the treatment of autoimmune disease.
Make UTSOnline subject prep a little less 'uh-oh' and a little more 'yee-ha' with this checklist...
You'll find lots of familiar faces at this year's Sydney Science Festival. Read on to find out what's happening and how you can get involved...
UTS Graduate School of Health has joined forces with the UTS Connected Intelligence Centre to establish a new method of providing feedback for postgraduate pharmacy students, winning a teaching innovation prize in the process! Read on to find out more about the collaboration.
The trickiest thing about teaching in my discipline area is...
When I was first asked seven years ago whether I wanted to publish my doctoral thesis as open access on the university’s online institutional repository or enforce an embargo on it, it was the first time I had heard about such an embargo.
How do we talk about access requirements for mental health, and why is this important?
A key challenge I face in the classroom is how to communicate to students that what they are learning has real world industry applications. Sometimes showing them can be far more beneficial than telling them.