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?
Although it might seem easy to make PDFs of readings available in your subject site, this is a big no no as far as Copyright Law goes.
Legislation against contract cheating has passed Federal Parliament. What does this means and what are the next steps?
Your Academic Skills Coordinator can assist with support strategies that can develop students’ writing and referencing skills, reducing the temptation to breach academic integrity principles.
In 202060 Exams will once again be online. How can you enhance the experience for students? Find out in this Sub Dean L&T update.
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…
The symposium website and registration opens later in July but in the meantime, to get you thinking, here are some details about all sessions.