Where do new ideas comes from? A common theme to many “Eureka!” stories is the presence of unintentional dialogues where individuals hear about a challenge and recognize a new path for solving it. Come join us for the Unsymposium 2020 and find out more!
The Library’s suite of short video tutorials can help build students’ research skills. Share the…
Have you ever assigned readings followed by a discussion or reflective prompt? It’s one of those core practices that often goes unquestioned. Ready to explore some alternatives?
As you plan for your Session 2 classes, call on the Academic Skills Coordinator to arrange resources and strategies to provide timely support for your students.
Create connections between scholarship and your teaching practice. Curious? Have a look at the submissions so far.
We’re nearly at the end of a massive session, thanks to everyone, but time to begin the transition to 202060.
This year’s symposium features 3 keynote speakers, all here to support the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in a digital world.
If you’ve noticed writing, referencing, and learning issues common to students in your subject, here are some easy-to-implement strategies to address the problems in future iterations of the subject.
Whether you are transitioning online, or reviewing your subject, your Faculty Librarians are ready to support you.
We have our first submission! Read about Branka’s defence against binge-writing. What are you waiting for? Share your practice with us today!