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Drag-and-drop code & click-together circuitry: the littleBits of big projects

By Andreas Mertin,

Want to incorporate coding into your subject but don't know where to start?

Wireless presenting with AirMedia

By Jorge Reyna,

AirMedia is an application that allows presenting in the classroom without connecting your laptop, tablet or phone with cables. Get started with wireless presenting with these instructions.

Get involved in accessibility: 8 events for your 2018 calendar

By Rhiannon Hall,

Emily and Rhiannon round-up a collection of events to watch out for in the accessibility and disability spaces. Whether you're into arts, sports or academia, there's something for everyone.

Tips from the UTS Accessibility Resource Guide: Digital Environments

By Futures Team,

Assembled by the Equity and Diversity Unit, the UTS Accessibility Resource Guide contains a wealth of helpful information and advice for ensuring that we create an accessible learning and teaching environment for everyone. Here's an excerpt that's relevant whether you're a staff member or a student - accessibility in...

Connect with your students using Zoom

By Wenes Gunawan,

It is official – UTS now is in the process of introducing a web-based conferencing tool (Zoom), available for learning and teaching purposes.

Teaching and Learning Forum: Program and Reminder to Register

By Adam Morgan,

The annual UTS Teaching and Learning Forum is approaching!

The sine of a good teacher

By Futures Team,

Stephen Woodcock loves to teach maths in a way that involves problem-solving rather than rote learning...

Let’s talk about accessibility in universities

By Venetia Vecellio,

How important is talking about accessibility in universities? Venetia Vecellio, our new accessible.futures intern talks about her experiences...

The new 3 ‘R’s are here: AR, VR, MR

By Oliver Coady,

When I was a little kid watching TRON and Lawnmower Man, virtual reality was on the scene - if only in my imagination. The 2000's saw a lull, but over the past 3 years there has been a resurgence in the field. Has it finally come to mainstream?

Hawaiian shirts abound for LOUD Shirt Day!

By Emily Quinn Smyth,

Hawaiian shirts, fluro bike suits and flowers were abound at UTS on Friday 20th October for the LX.lab’s LOUD Shirt Day. LOUD Shirt Day raises vital funds to support deaf kids. Check some pictures from UTS’ LOUD Shirt Day below! Staff from the LX.lab team embraced their inner craziness...

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