The new iTeach blog allows you to share things that are working (or not!) in your teaching right here, right now…no access needed, no middleman required to first tap you on the shoulder. And the posts are building!
It’s Session 3 and maybe you have a bit more time than you usually do. Consider using some of it to make sure your Subject Outline and assessments provide optimal support for your students.
The Division of Library Services has developed a new resource to support the implementation of the Digital Literacy Graduate Learning Outcome.
DLT have begun a monthly newsletter that highlights all of the L&T professional development opportunities coming up. Here’s what’s happening in November.
Are you sick of your draft Interact2 draft announcements appearing as though they’re appropriately formatted, only have the email version look ‘sub-optimal’ once you ‘submit’? Emmett Berry is here to help!
Ask any university student what causes them the most concern, and referencing comes pretty close to the top of their list. Here are a few strategies that you can use to increase their confidence and competence quite rapidly.
Two new resources to support digital literacy: one for staff and one for students. Read about them here.
The wiki began life in our Faculty as a one-stop shop for all things learning and teaching but in recent months we’ve joined forces with the other Faculties and DLT for a true collaboration. Find out why you should jump on.
DLT have begun a monthly newsletter that highlights all of the L&T professional development opportunities coming up. Here’s what’s happening in October.
Cheating at University? I’m talking about your students! In this post, we’re announcing more helpful activities and resources for you to continue the conversation with them. Michael Kemp and QUASAR are coming soon to a School Board near you, we take the Pulse on student engagement in your i2 site and there’s an update on our old friend the i2 visual theme.