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Assessment, academic integrity and GenAI at UTS – your Town Hall questions answered

In this follow-up to the Town Hall on assessment, academic integrity and AI, Kylie Readman responds to questions on support, detection and exams.

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Professional development to inform Indigenous cultural safety in the classroom

Danielle Manton and Fiona Murray facilitate full-day workshops on Indigenous Cultural Capacity and Developing Safe Indigenous Teaching & Learning Practices.

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Get ready for Spring session

Here's what you need to do to have your Canvas site ready to teach for start of session.

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Cooking data with care: how can we do learning analytics ethically?

We need to be careful about how we 'cook' data into our work with learning and learners. Kirsty Kitto explains more.

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Let your students know exactly how they can use GenAI in their subject

Set clear expectations for your students with the new 'Use of Generative AI in this subject’ Canvas template.

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Drum roll, please – there’s a new Tutor/Marker role in Canvas!

Introducing the new Tutor/Marker role in Canvas, ready to use this Spring session.

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Recognising innovative teaching and learning in science [part 2]

Teaching and Learning award winners showcase creative curriculum and delivery done differently in Forensic Science and Chemistry.

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Motivating students with real world challenges: the icare-UTS Industry Partnership Award

A work-integrated learning collaboration that gave more than 400 UTS students the opportunity to apply their skills in a real-world scenario.

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Look toward the future at AI x L&T Week

Come along to AI x L&T Week, Monday 31 July – Friday 4 August.

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Do students care about the modality of their learning? We asked some experts in higher ed

What do students think about the modality of their learning, and how important is it to them? A panel of higher ed experts weighs in.

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