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Why all the buzz about rubrics?

By Dimity Wehr,

What does it take to write a good rubric? Here's what you should know...

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Learn how to enrich your feedback ecosystem

By David Yeats,

Register for one – or all – of our events on automated feedback in May, via Zoom or back on campus in the LX.lab.

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Focus on assessments: what is the best assessment type for my subject?

By Aurora Murphy,

In the first of a new series on assessments, we help you select an assessment type to drive your curriculum and student engagement.

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Authentic, practical alternatives to face-to-face presentations

By Dimity Wehr,

Five academics share how they made remote oral assessments work in their subjects.

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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

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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!

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Internships and Covid-19

By Franziska Trede,

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

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Ensuring assessment integrity: Advice from Joseph Yeo

By Richard Ingold,

What can be done to reduce academic dishonesty? How can assessments be structured to scaffold students’ learning and to maintain assessment integrity? Joseph Yeo from the Academic Language and Learning team gives some recommendations.

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Get ready for Canvas: sign up for the LX.lab’s training sessions

By LX Transformation,

The Whole of Course approach to moving from UTSOnline to Canvas is in progress. As you may know, it involves three main steps. First, you meet with your course team in a Course MeetUp. You then have about a month to plan your Canvas site (a process we call...

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Learning about group work

By Andrew Francois,

It is a shared responsibility for both teachers and learners to make group work effective. Group work skills should not be assumed and need to be taught if students are to be work ready. Being an effective team member and collaborator is an important professional and personal attribute.

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