Now that 201860 is underway, this post focuses on help with writing your exams and on having conversations with your students about cheating. There’s also an update on the Quasar project!
With 201860 just around the corner, this post gives you an update on the i2 theme saga, information on internationally recognised fellowships, Quasars (are we in the right Faculty?) and a material sharing site to watch out for. Oh, and the 2019 L&T Symposium has been locked in!
Remember our working groups at the Learning and Teaching Symposium on contract cheating? That work has progressed, and we now have a range of activities / resources that can be used to begin conversations about cheating at University.
These resources and strategies from the BJBS ALLaN Faculty Liaison can support the development of your students’ language, literacy, and numeracy skills and save you time and effort.
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Check your subject against some of the ICEBERG model action tips to make sure you’re maximising support for student retention. And when you’ve done that, check into some of this month’s opportunities for sharing the great work you’re doing at conferences and SoTL publications.
With the start of session approaching, it’s time to touch base again with new (and used) support resources available to support your preparation. i2 sites are visible to enrolled students on 25 June.
More updates on the new Subject Outlines Tool, new technology available, introducing our new ALLaN Faculty Liaison and the BJBS Information Literacy team.
To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, take some time to learn about what you can do to make learning easier for all students.
Ramp up your digital skills and learn all about social media for researchers, data visualisation and altmetrics…and more. And while you’re at it, take a look at what’s happening with study groups, eAssessment and even ‘upstairs’!