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5 steps to future proof your educational videos

By Matthew Vella,

Avoid having to remake videos by following Matt Vella's tips for future proofing. MySpace references begone!

Diagnostic Cytogenetics: transforming an on-campus exercise to active online learning

By Anthony Burke,

An exercise in cutting out cutting out chromosomes is given a sustainable makeover in the Articulate Storyline 360 authoring tool.

3 simple things you can do to improve video lectures

By David Yeats,

Improving video lectures is no small task, but there are some basic steps you can take to get started.

4 reasons to get creative in your teaching

By Georgina Barratt-See,

Bringing creativity into your teaching can take more energy and time. So should we bother? If so, why?

Improving your home video set-up

By Matthew Vella,

Matt Vella give us his tips on getting the best video and audio quality, plus how to edit and share your videos.

Stay safe online

By Jennifer Kiely,

Attend a free lunchtime webinar to better understand the issue of cyber abuse.

Portfolium in Practice: Portfolios as a place – not just a space

By Dayang Rajit,

What can the 'e' in eportflio stand for? Kathryn Coleman expands our perceptions on the purpose, context and audience of portfolios.

The Listening Learner, Part 2: podcasts for professional development

By Ann Wilson,

Just getting into Higher Ed podcasts for professional development? Have a listen to these curated suggestions from Australia and around the world.

Making the most of Mentimeter

By Michaela Zappia,

Michaela Zappia talks us through how Mentimeter has been used in her class.

Work integrated learning – the final Hot Topic for 2021

By Franziska Trede,

How do we prepare our students for learning in professional settings, and prepare our external partners to mentor our students?

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