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Free range engineering

By Futures Team,

The Summer Studio experience that's shaking things up for UTS FEIT students...

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Authentic assessment in a games arcade: Q&A with Ass. Prof. Tuck Leong

By Jamee Newland,

An exam in a games arcade? Find out how the exam came about, how it helps students learn and how it’s changed the way Tuck approaches his teaching.

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Learning and Teaching Citation winner Dr Tuck Wah Leong on authentic learning experiences in IT

By Rhiannon Hall,

Dr Tuck Wah Leong is serious about helping his students to become industry-ready professionals. We chatted with him about student engagement, classroom tips, and more...

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How Creativity and Complexity combines fashion and transdisciplinary learning

By Melissa Edwards,

This post is a collaboration between Dr Melissa Edwards and Mark Liu, who designed the program for the subject Creativity and Complexity. Read on to find out why students described the subject as 'challenging, but rewarding'.

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Getting students to co-create course content for Contemporary Latin(o) Americas

By Jeffrey Browitt,

Did you ever think of getting students to develop some course content? Here are some of my experiences over the last four years...

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Tools to share data and real world data stories with students – Part One

By Simon Knight,

The technology you use for your classes can either make your life much easier...or much, much harder. Here's a few examples of carefully selected learning technology to show how you can make your teaching more successful.

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Understanding Graduate Recruitment Workshop – registration closing soon

By Rhiannon Hall,

Learn how you can help your students to prepare for future work and recruitment.

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Geraniums and Contract Law: learning by storytelling

By Lucy Arthur,

Think of a discipline area where creative writing and storytelling might lend themselves to a learning activity. I’m guessing contract law wasn’t the first thing to spring into your head? Tim Miles is trying to change all that, one geranium at a time.

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