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How do I get my students to do the reading?

By Ann Wilson,

A few strategies that can make a difference for you and your students

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Connecting with your students

By Adam Morgan,

That ‘Getting to Know You’ survey just keeps on delivering. It’s now worked for Jackie Jones, who shares her insights with us.

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Getting to know your students

By Adam Morgan,

My ‘Getting to Know You’ survey didn’t just work for me. It also worked for Dr Sumati Ahuja, who shares her insights with us.

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Students not reading their emails? Try connecting via social media

By Amanda White,

Is anyone out there? Try using social media to communicate with students.

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English language development and moral responsibility

By Shirley Alexander,

Ahead of the upcoming Town Hall, 'Improving students' English language capability', Shirley Alexander (DVC Education and Students) looks at the challenges we face in ensuring all students have a level of English language to help them thrive at uni.

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A student lens on learning: meet your Graduate Learning Designers

By Allison Glavin,

We chat to our Graduate Learning Designers (GLDs), five recent UTS grads who've joined the PG.f team to shape our PG courses.

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Understanding the language of Gen Z

By Emily Mead,

You've heard of streuth, chock-a-block and sheila, but have you ever heard of ceebs or sack?

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Get involved with the Festival of Future You

By Simon Jaeger,

UTS Careers is looking for staff to run activities during an upcoming festival that will help students to prepare for their future careers.

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Living accessed: Patrisha Domingo

By Patrisha Domingo,

From reading timetables and finding building to knowing where to find the subject outline and good food - navigating the university environment is a challenge. The task is even greater for students with illnesses and disabilities, who require different access needs in an environment was not traditionally created with...

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How to help students feel like they belong at UTS

By Janette McLean,

Small things make a big difference to building student engagement and belonging. Read on to find out what research has revealed about helping students to feel welcome in the first classes of the session.

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