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.
Former prisoners, prison administrators, lawyers and the former head of the prison watchdog agency. What were they all doing together on a panel in Bathurst recently?
Basic and Key Skills Builder (BKSB) is an online tool that can be used in subjects and courses to identify, diagnose, and improve literacy and numeracy skills. Students use it independently, no marking is required, and reports can be generated quickly and easily. Read on to find out how this tool can be used to support your students and improve compliance with the ELLaN Policy and the ALaN GLO.
Online Library Workshops are being offered again in September. The workshops are a great way to help students stay up to date with research skills, find scholarly resources and discover what services the Library provides.
Are you using or thinking about using eBooks in your subject? Here’s how the Library can help.