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“It was some ride” – an Autumn session like no other

By Lucy Arthur,

Three months ago, UTS was put on pause and pivoted to remote teaching. Lucy Arthur takes stock of the changes, challenges and successes.

Small changes, big difference: addressing the learning needs of equity students

By Alisa Percy,

Catch up on the recent webinar exploring the experiences of equity students learning remotely.

10 steps to get the most value out of guest speakers in an online subject

By Paul Burke,

Paul Burke tells us his top tips for maximising the value of guest speakers and industry partners.

Begin as you mean to go on: file naming conventions

By Alexander White,

Do you have a consistent file naming system for your subject site? Moira Scerri does!

Let’s discuss: how 4 academics increased student engagement on discussion forums

By Shakuntla Singh,

Discover how to use discussion forums to stimulate student thinking and participation during remote teaching.

Then and Now: Peter Stubbs guides us through his subject changes

By Phaedra Carroll,

How have academics handled the tremendous changes we've seen in learning and teaching? Peter Stubbs shares his thoughts.

A stitch in time: how a practical Fashion subject switched to remote teaching

By Lucy Arthur,

Face-to-face classes are currently out of fashion – so how can a practical subject adapt to the trend of remote teaching?

How the LX.lab Online can help you

By LX Team,

With the rapid changes and move to remote teaching, we have adjusted the LX.lab support services to better assist you.

Remote teaching and student feedback – a request for kindness

By Amanda White,

Amanda White reveals a simple infographic to help guide students in providing constructive feedback.

3 actions to maintain academic integrity

By Maryanne Dever,

How can subject coordinators play an active role in reducing opportunities and motivations to cheat?

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