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Canvas cheat sheet: 6 steps for Subject Coordinators

By LX Team,

A guide designed for Subject Coordinators as they move subjects into Canvas.

How can I… find examples of good practice in Canvas sites?

By LX Team,

Looking for examples of what other UTS academics have achieved in Canvas? We've collected them all in one place for easy access and bookmarking.

Assessment Security and AI: Part 3

By David Yeats,

The third and final post in a series on assessment security and academic integrity.

The Pomodoro Technique: getting creative with time management

By Sarah Attfield,

Learn more about how the classic Pomodoro method helped first-year students tackle daunting deadlines and get creative with their writing.

Assessment Security and AI: Part 2

By David Yeats,

The second post in a series on assessment security and academic integrity.

Creating connection and community with orientation course sites

By Brigette Fyfe,

The Postgraduate Learning Design team preview Canvas sites created for students to engage, connect and build community at start of session.

Tooltime recap: Editing with Windows 10 Editor and iMovie

By Matthew Vella,

Whether you're on a PC or a Mac, we have all the video editing tips and resources you need in this two-in-one Tooltime recap.

Peer feedback for learning

By Alexander White,

Peer-to-peer feedback can have a positive impact on student learning – Alex White examines the benefits and considerations for learning design.

Introducing open video training with the LX.lab Media Team

By Aafreen Thanawalla,

Throughout October and November, the LX.lab are hosting training sessions for staff who want some practical support with their video projects.

Assessment Security and AI: Part 1

By David Yeats,

The first post in a new series on assessment security and academic integrity.

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