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The IML learning.futures series

By Futures Team,

The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning (IML) has created a number of resources to show the benefits and uses of the learning.futures strategy. Browse the guides for a wealth of information on how you can improve your learning and teaching practice.

What’s on @ the Hub, May 2017

By Futures Team,

The learning.futures Academic Hub is continuing a diverse and exciting range of events in May. Take a look at some of our offerings for this month.

5 questions with…Dr Cherie Lucas

By Cherie Lucas,

The best advice I've ever received for teaching is...

REVIEW Vs Turnitin – Round 2: Online Marking

By Oliver Coady,

As we move to a more streamlined paperless way to grade assessments, we need to consider which tools and features are most appropriate for our needs. In the UTS corner, wearing aqua and white trunks, we have REVIEW. In the Third Party Corner, wearing a rich red and blue,...

Top five Vivid events we’re putting in our calendars

By Futures Team,

Sydney's about to get even more colourful than usual, with the return of Vivid to our evenings starting 26th May. Here are five events we'll be looking forward to in this year's program.

Aboriginal Sydney now

By Futures Team,

You may have heard about the Bangarra Dance Theatre and Bennelong Point, but what about Lake Northam, Bidura, Royleston and Murawina? A new subject run by the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) is giving all undergraduate students the opportunity to better engage with and understand Indigenous...

Have you heard of the Open Textbook Library?

By Futures Team,

The Open Textbook Library is a cost-effective (free!) resource for students and staff.

Powering up with the screen presenting program

By Phoebe Huang,

Check out what participants have had to say about one of UTS' most popular professional development programs.

Skills of the future: soft skills video series

By Lan Snell,

New videos will support your students to develop the skills of the future.

Breaking barriers: Emily Quinn Smyth and Dr Andy Leigh on Auslan, communication and science

By Rhiannon Hall,

For Emily Quinn Smyth, a eureka moment on a field trip for an undergraduate subject led her to an important research question - the lack of scientific vocabulary in Australian sign language, or Auslan.

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