This is a guide through my experiences in bookmark and online information management. I have captured, sorted and archived material with a variety of tools over the years. Some of these tools might also be useful to you in your quest for infotopia.
If you think research integrity awareness is for others, think again - failings in that area can end your career. Read what UTS Research Integrity and Research Programs Manager Louise Wheeler has to say on the topic and register for an upcoming workshop here.
Dr Roberto Martinez-Maldonado is heading up a project that uses analytics to explore the physical location of teachers in the classroom. Corporeal entity Phil Betts went along to his recent demonstration in the LX.Lab, and physically sat at his desk in a shared work space to write this report.
Associate Professor Ilaria Vanni Accarigi is joining forces with the LX.lab for an exciting collaboration. Read on to find out about Ilaria's project in the upcoming AiR (Academic in Residence) program.
Rejection can be a very discouraging thing. However, Associate Professor Nick Hopwood is trying to take the shame away from it by promoting all his failures for academic the world to see.
Did you miss one of the presentations you wanted to see at this year's learning and teaching forum? Take a look at the first in a series of snapshots of presentations from the day.
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.
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.