Although there might be a few more tweaks, the draft program for this year’s L&T symposium is pretty much sorted. Click here to find out what’s planned and, if you haven’t already done so, register!
‘Ch-ch-ch-ch changes…’ begins the chorus of the well known David Bowie song. Change has been a constant for us at CSU in recent times. In his keynote address Geoff Scott will argue that teaching academics, are the key arbiters of successful change at universities.
Reading is a critical foundational skill that many students don’t have. Find out how to assist your students to read and learn more effectively with these simple strategies.
The BJBS minimum expectations on subject delivery are now live, there are even more improvements to the subject outline tool and for the first time prospective CSU students will be able to see an assessment summary for each subject before they enrol.
The Library would love to hear from you about our new Teach page.
Are you a user of Padlet? To ensure your students are covered for security and privacy concerns, you’ll need to move to CSU’s new, free account. And if you’re not a user…should you be?
Registrations for the L&T Symposium are now open. We’re launching some minimum standards on subject delivery, additional support for sessional staff, there’s been an upgrade to DOMS and DLT have a range of PD opportunities in April.
Procrastination is a major issue for many students. To help you to assist your students, several reasons for this are identified, along with apps and ALLaN services which may prove beneficial.
We use lenses to self-assess and improve subjects all the time. Often it’s merely the lens of our own personal teaching / design experience, sometimes it’s internally created frameworks (e.g. OLM), and other times it’s external frameworks (accreditation, anyone?). Recognition adds another layer altogether…
Tell your students where to go!
Students need to know that the library and its staff are approachable and that there is a range of resources that can help them succeed.