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Choose your own adventure: a plot to combat content overload

How can we balance comprehensive coverage of important topics with the need for digestible, manageable content?

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Fires, webs and spirals: how can we weave healthy learning communities?

A framework for 'weaving' communities as a web of relationships rather than a fixed, static creation.

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Wisdom walls, weekly warm-ups and belonging

Michaela Zappia reflects on approaches to building belonging from a workshop with casual academic staff.

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Enhancing learning with H5P: feedback, accessibility and AI

New innovations in H5P include using 'text mode' to allow AI to help you build interactive content.

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The UTS Tech Festival is back, bigger and even better

Check out this year's jam-packed program for the annual celebration of all things tech at UTS.

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Watch: practical demos, editing mobile videos and captioning at the 18th UTS Video Meetup

View video presentations of media tips and tricks from Joshua Pate, Elizabeth Smith and Patrick Abela.

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Mastering psychological skills in a digital classroom with role-played videos

Role clarity and effective communication in real-life scenarios are played out in codesigned videos.

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Now more than ever – being a genuine accomplice to First Nations people

Summer May Finlay identifies simple ways for non-Indigenous people to be more inclusive and genuine with their actions.

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Inspiring clinical excellence with AAUT citation winner Anthony Nasser

Anthony answers our questions about his award-winning teaching practice, and shares helpful advice for encouraging student confidence.

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My decision, their ‘lives’: supporting deeper learning in medical science

David Van Reyk and colleagues share multi-year innovations in medical science teaching, all in support of deeper student learning.

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