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UTSOnline Drop-in Sessions Feb/Mar 2017

By Amanda Sampol,

Our UTSOnline Drop-in Sessions provide staff with face-to-face help from a Learning Technologist. You can get help with other UTS supported tools and systems such as SPARKplus, REVIEW, Turnitin and Echo360.

Making videos – general guidelines for best practice

By Emily Quinn Smyth,

Creating videos for your classes? Here's some tips for how to create effective welcome videos

My students don’t talk!

By Georgina Barratt-See,

What do you do to get students engaging and interacting in your classroom? Get the discussion flowing with these tips.

Register for a Power of Screen Presenting workshop

By Phoebe Huang,

The Power of Screen Presenting workshops are back and in YOUR hands!

Crowdsource Ideas: Use The Creativity Of The Crowd in the Classroom

By Amanda Sampol,

Technology-enabled collaboration is transforming how we engage and connecting us in ways we never thought possible, allowing us to innovate through the wisdom of the crowds. What is the potential for students to harness the power of crowdsourcing, and how can that be supported?

5 questions for…Emily Brayshaw

By Emily Brayshaw,

The most striking way learning and teaching has changed since I was a student is….

Tools to share data and real world data stories with students – Part One

By Simon Knight,

The technology you use for your classes can either make your life much easier...or much, much harder. Here's a few examples of carefully selected learning technology to show how you can make your teaching more successful.

Connecting schools and UTS: a Project-Based Learning approach

By Lisa Aitken,

Both schools and universities are breaking the boundaries in education to ensure that students gain the skills they need to be successful in future careers.

Making short videos to present content: the process

By Emily Quinn Smyth,

Professor Andrew Jakobowicz talks about his use of the Green Screen in creating video content for student pre-class viewing

Want to enhance and blend your subject? Introducing Teaching for learning.futures

By Jan McLean,

Would you like to ‘blend’ your subject but are not sure how to go about it? Have you been meaning to make your teaching more engaging for students but just can’t seem to get around to doing it? Would you like to make better use of UTSOnline tools and...

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