It’s been a bumpy start to the year. This includes challenges with learning and teaching-related technology (starting with Adobe Connect) but there are also some good news stories on that front as well. Read on.
A new referencing style, a new DLT, new contract cheating alerts, L&T Symposium confirmed…welcome to 2020
It’s been a huge year in learning and teaching but before you head out the door for Christmas, make sure you’re across the following…
For most of you, your first session of full engagement with the Quality Assurance and Reflection System is almost done and dusted but don’t forget about those action items!
QUASAR is now live, are you using it well? Whether you’re teaching or researching over summer stay across the latest developments in SoTL and contract cheating. And finally, I’ve reported on L&T Symposium feedback!
Some small but very important changes to i2 and the subject outline were recently announced. Get the what, why and how here.
A few of our projects focused on enhancing the quality of learning experience for our students are just about to step things up. And for those of you flying the flag and teaching in 201990, there is help available so please ask.
The first PD sessions on the Charles Sturt wide roll-out of QUASAR have been run. Missed them? Need a recap? Click here for help…
How are we improving the retention and engagement of commencing domestic students? Donna Matthewson Mitchell give us an update on the HEPPP project.
Geoff Scott, our BJBS L&T Symposium keynote speaker, is running a pre-symposium seminar on social entrepreneurship education. He’ll highlight initiatives from around the world and moderate a panel to discuss what Charles Sturt can do next. Register your interest here…