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PEPN meetup winter warmers: strong networks and inclusive internships

Dimity Wehr reports on recent PEPN meetups where partnerships and inclusion were top of mind for internships and placements.

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Building relationships in the classroom at UTS College

Laura Hanna shares findings from a recent action research project focussing on building belonging with students at UTS College.

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Icons, signposts and fourth wall breaking: design for navigating the learning experience

Sometimes new experiences can be overwhelming – what design elements can be used to help get students on the right course?

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‘First, do no harm’: are student evaluations having the right impact?

How can we balance the benefits of rigorous evaluation with other kinds of feedback to improve learning and teaching?

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4 activities to introduce your students to AI

Kick off your session with activities designed to help your students develop their AI literacy and skills.

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Meaningful mentoring in the classroom: a Business School case study

Ken Wu shares lessons on roles, expectations and student partnership from the UTS Business Mentors Program.

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Introducing 10 FFYE grants for 2024

Explore an exciting series of projects that make up this year's round of FFYE grants.

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Swimming ‘between the flags and lane ropes’ in online learning

What safety flags and lane ropes look like in online learning, and how they support students.

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Saying yes to new experiences through a meaningful Jawun secondment

Nursing academic Jack Cornish shares his transformative experience during a UTS Jawun secondment in rural South Australia.

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A springboard to Spring: your planning guide for Spring 2024

A handy checklist to set up your subject for Spring.

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