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Face to face – what is it good for?

By Alexander White,

How do we structure our teaching to make the most of limited F2F time?

Build connections and confidence: Teaching for learning.futures

By Ann Wilson,

Designed for UTS academics, this program helps you develop the knowledge and capability to teach subjects aligned with learning.futures

Student agency and teamwork: at the movies (with popcorn)

By Dimity Wehr,

Film can offer a safe way for students to critique teamwork and to stimulate reflection, empathy and team agency.

Moderated grading now live in Canvas

By Richard Ingold,

Explore the new moderated grading feature in Canvas.

Which tools can I use that are supported at UTS?

By LX Team,

There are various tools that can be used for learning and teaching – which of them are supported by the LX.lab and UTS?

Watch: Exploring OBS and using short films for active learning at the 7th UTS video meet-up

By Matthew Vella,

UTS video meet-ups are back! Watch recordings of the most recent session and mark August 4th in your diaries for the next instalment.

Tooltime taster: an introduction to Microsoft Whiteboard

By Scott Britcher,

Get ready for our next Tooltime by finding out 3 reasons why Microsoft Whiteboard is ideal for your classroom activities and meetings.

The best of learning and teaching on our expansive campus

By David Yeats,

UTS is more than just a campus. Explore how the challenges of recent times have highlighted our values, and invigorated our learning and teaching.

Supporting student self-regulated learning

By Alexander White,

Get strategies to support student self-assessment and discover our new collection of feedback resources.

Beautiful and accessible equations in Canvas

By Phillip Mills,

Are you using equations in your Canvas subject? Find out how LaTeX and MathJax can help create a formula for success.

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