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Talking MS Teams with Dr Jurgen Schulte

By Phillip Mills,

Maybe you're intrigued by Microsoft Teams, but don't know how or when it could help your students. Dr Jurgen Schulte has used Teams successfully in a number of subjects, so I chatted to him about how he got started.

Learning from Indigenous knowledge on the Great Western Semi-arid Ecology field trip

By Rhiannon Hall,

The Semi-arid Ecology field trip is a rare opportunity for students to learn Indigenous science and history on-country, from those who know it best. Dr Andy Leigh talks to us about the trip, and the importance of Indigenous scientific knowledge.

A chat with Individual Teaching Award winner Dr Cathy Gorrie

By Rhiannon Hall,

On her award, tricks and tips, changes and challenges in teaching and more...

#UTSTLF17 snapshot: developing professional skills with authentic assessment

By Annette Dowd,

If you missed this presentation at the UTS Teaching and Learning Forum, catch up here!

Catching up with Emily Quinn Smyth – future scientist, Auslan activist and colleague!

By Rhiannon Hall,

This UTS student has been very busy since we chatted earlier this year...

The Teaching Research Nexus in Science

By Elaine Huber,

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.

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...

The Simulation Blues

By Sarah Houbolt,

Cultural competence and the use of simulations

Dr Yvonne Davila and Neela Griffiths, learning.futures award winners

By Rhiannon Hall,

Dr Yvonne Davila and Neela Griffiths chat to us about their learning.futures award, memorable learning and teaching moments, and more...

Bidding a fond farewell to IML favourite, Elaine Huber

By Futures Team,

Elaine Huber says her time at IML was short - but it was long enough that she'll be missed by the many people who have had the pleasure of working with her. For the past two and a half years, Elaine has supported and implemented valuable learning and teaching...

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