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Connecting schools and UTS: a Project-Based Learning approach

By Lisa Aitken,

Both schools and universities are breaking the boundaries in education to ensure that students gain the skills they need to be successful in future careers.

Making short videos to present content: the process

By Emily Quinn Smyth,

Professor Andrew Jakobowicz talks about his use of the Green Screen in creating video content for student pre-class viewing

Want to enhance and blend your subject? Introducing Teaching for learning.futures

By Jan McLean,

Would you like to ‘blend’ your subject but are not sure how to go about it? Have you been meaning to make your teaching more engaging for students but just can’t seem to get around to doing it? Would you like to make better use of UTSOnline tools and...

Heard the latest?

By Futures Team,

Do you get the latest news from UTS' pre-eminent digital learning and teaching community publication?

In a nutshell: authentic assessment

By Lucy Arthur,

In a nutshell: in which we explain often-heard but sometimes mysterious educational terms - briefly. First up: authentic assessment.

Creativity and innovation in teaching: an interview with the award winning UTS Midwifery team

By Rhiannon Hall,

The UTS Midwifery team share their multi-faceted strategy for classroom success and student engagement.

Balanced Teaching Period 2017: Orientation and Week 1 Guides

By Elaine Huber,

Are you preparing for the start of Autumn Session? These guides will provide you with some different ideas that you can use. If you have already tried one of them, perhaps its time to upgrade to the next level.

Reflect, change, succeed

By Elaine Huber,

In today's fast-paced environment, it feels like we are constantly being asked to change, to try new ways of working that are more efficient.

Quick start for new casual academics

By Enza Mirabella,

Are you looking for an opportunity to fast-track your teaching at UTS?

Lively up your lecture: polling tools

By Lucy Arthur,

There are two types of people in the world: those who watch cricket, and those who start nodding off at just the mention of it. No matter which category you’re in, you will no doubt see the rationale behind the TV networks’ use of live polling to keep their...

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