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From understanding millennials to what to do if noone attends your lecture

By Allison Glavin,

Alex Belli and Amanda White on what to expect at the upcoming UTS Teaching & Learning Forum.

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Consent Matters training: Reviewed

By Catharine Pruscino,

We’re currently attempting to do something that no other Australian university has done: roll out educational consent training to all 50,000+ members of our community.

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All your assessment questions answered! Assessment month at the LX.lab starts soon…

By Futures Team,

Join us for Assessment month throughout July at the LX.lab, where we’ll demystify marking, online quizzes and more! Take a look at some of our events and book in for a workshop.

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Data, technology and light: what’s on at Vivid this year

By Rhiannon Hall,

It's time for Vivid once again, and there's a packed program of events to choose from. Take a look at this selection to start planning your schedule...

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It’s Sustainability Week at the LX.lab!

By Futures Team,

You may have noticed the front page of Futures is looking very green lately. From 9-13 April, come along to the LX.lab and explore sustainability with our special events program for Sustainability Week.

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What’s on in the LX.lab for November

By Futures Team,

Catch some of the events in the last two weeks of our launch program...

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Get involved in accessibility: 8 events for your 2018 calendar

By Rhiannon Hall,

Emily and Rhiannon round-up a collection of events to watch out for in the accessibility and disability spaces. Whether you're into arts, sports or academia, there's something for everyone.

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Get ready for Sydney Science Festival with UTS academics

By Futures Team,

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...

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Comfort in the environment: accessibility and mental health

By Sarah Houbolt,

How do we talk about access requirements for mental health, and why is this important?

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My wall of rejection and why it matters

By Nicholas Hopwood,

If I had a magic wand and could change something about academia, I would make it commonplace for people to share their rejections – on blogs, by emailing colleagues, by running to their office neighbours, print-out in hand, saying “You won’t believe how awful the review I got this...

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