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Access #101: How to know your student’s needs

By Sarah Houbolt,

A blog series about unleashing the potential of all students...

What is the evidence-base for learning.futures?

By Shirley Alexander,

UTS is undergoing a significant redevelopment of its campus, spending $1.3B to provide a campus for the future of higher education. Much of the design of the campus has been underpinned by a view of the future of learning and teaching known as the learning.futures strategy (previously known as...

Dr Amanda White chats with us about auditing, accounting and awards…

By Rhiannon Hall,

At the UTS 2016 Teaching and Learning Forum, Dr Amanda White was the recipient of an Individual Teaching Award. We asked her a few questions about her learning and teaching practice...

4 things to consider when using video and digital content to reach wider audiences (and how to get it right) – Part Two

By Matthew Vella,

In Part One, we explored some benefits of using video and social media platforms to reach a wider audience. Now we'll explore a few simple things you can do to make shooting on your phone or tablet even more effective.

What we’re reading: staff from IML

By Futures Team,

'So, what are you reading at the moment?' It's an age-old conversation starter. Find out what's being read by staff around UTS, whether it's great, boring or anything in between.

Do you need help setting up assessment tasks? There are still a few places left for our REVIEW workshop!

By Futures Team,

Get in quick to get a spot for this session on setting up assessment tasks for your subject!

Speed Dating with Technology

By Elaine Huber,

A regular event in the learning and teaching calendar is the widely popular technology showcase. Have you been to one of these ‘unusual’ events? Would you like access to the resources?

4 things to consider when using video and digital content to reach wider audiences (and how to get it right) – Part One

By Matthew Vella,

Have you ever told someone about a book and their reply was "I'll just watch the movie"? Reading is an important part of both learning and teaching, but as a communication platform it isn't always the most engaging. In this post, we explore some things to consider when using...

Getting students to co-create course content for Contemporary Latin(o) Americas

By Jeffrey Browitt,

Did you ever think of getting students to develop some course content? Here are some of my experiences over the last four years...

Learn how to make videos for your subject using just your smartphone or tablet!

By Futures Team,

Would you like to make video content for your subject but don't know where to start? Join us for a hands-on workshop presented by Matthew Vella and get started now!

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