It’s not too late to register for Charles Sturt EdX, the University’s Learning and Teaching conference. There’s also help available to set a scholarship objective.
There’s a new i2 content editor, we’re continuing the current arrangements with Turnitin and EASTS and don’t forget that the subject delivery guides are here to help.
Our popular Online Library Workshops are now available to ‘Watch Now’, this allows students the flexibility to view at a time that suits them.
Find out more about the Academic Skills model of student support and how the Academic Skills team is set up to help you and your students.
Want to have a crack at producing peer reviewed learning and teaching papers but not sure where to start? The EOI to join a BJBS Scholarship of Teaching Learning (SoTL) Community of Practice led by SoTL guru Deb Clarke closes 16 November. Places are very limited.
Updates on Online exams, setting scholarship objectives, Charles Sturt EdX, CRM and BBQ pics.
Our Faculty Librarians can support you during the subject review process.
The effort involved in providing useful feedback to students is often wasted because they don’t read, understand, or address the feedback. Feedback literacy is an academic skill that, like any other, needs to be developed. Read on to find out how.
Resources for scholarly activity, the Charles Sturt L&T conference is back (online), a survey on CRM and a trial for a new online exams platform all coming up.
The L&T Symposium is done and dusted for another year. So much was covered, so many options for our next steps in relation to scholarly activities in learning and teaching, but who won the BBQ competition?