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The new LX.lab: your ideas wanted!

By Andrew Francois,

The new Learner Experience Lab (LX.lab) is positioned in a highly visible location along one of the busiest thoroughfares at UTS. It is a chance for academic and support staff to claim a piece of this innovative high profile space for staff focussed events and initiatives. Workshop, showcase, demonstration and display...

Digital Literacy made easy with the Library’s Tinker Kits

By Alycia Bailey,

The UTS Library Tinker Kits empower students to design and prototype projects, learn coding and computational thinking skills as well as build softer skills such as problem-solving, creativity and communication. Little Bits Use these snap together magnetic modules to create imaginative circuits. You can use these circuits to compose...

In a Nutshell: Learner Experience Design (LX)

By Lucy Arthur,

In a Nutshell: where we strip back some of the mystique from educational buzzwords and save you a lot of googling. This time we look at a rising star, Learner Experience Design (LX or LXD).

Zee Opperman and the Great Tower Elevator

By Philip Betts,

Assessment design that's outside the square, inside a box...

UTS Soft Skills: It’s About Mentoring

By Lan Snell,

How important is mentoring for students? Take a look at the next installment in a series of videos that focuses on the soft skills UTS Business graduates can expect to gain from their learning experiences…

Need AV equipment for your subject? Here’s how to get it!

By Amit Patel,

Did you know learning and teaching staff have access to hire of laptops, PowerPoint remotes and adaptors? Find out how you can book the equipment you need for your subject.

UTS Soft Skills: It’s About Storytelling

By Lan Snell,

The next installment in a series of videos that focuses on the soft skills UTS Business graduates can expect to gain from their learning experiences…

Open Educational Resources Part 2: Finding OERs

By Shemiran Yaghobi,

Part two of the Library Open Educational Resources Series on Finding OERs. This post was co-authored by Shemiran Yaghobi & Dr Patrick Tooth. Many thanks to Janet Chelliah for her support and advice.

Try a new way to track student attendance with Qwickly

By Conrad Frankland,

Qwickly Attendance is now available for staff to trial.

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