Reading, listening, writing, and learning skills can impact your students’ ability to learn. Here are some easy strategies that can assist.
Why is the location of the L&T Symposium changing? Are too many GLOs too much of a good thing? Find out in the first Sub Dean L&T update for 2019!
Planning for 201930 has begun. To ensure you get the best service possible from your ALLaN Faculty Liaison, here’s what she needs to know as soon as possible.
A new report is out summarising trends in education. It helps us revisit the familiar from the perspectives of current challenges and connects different levels of education.
The Division of Library Services has developed two resources to support the implementation of the Digital Literacy Graduate Learning Outcome – one for staff and one for students.
Here are some ways your ALLaN Faculty Liaison can help you prepare an accurate, informative, and transparent Subject Outline which supports the development of students’ learning, literacy, and numeracy skills.
Happy New Year! To help get you ready for 201930, DLT have a range of L&T professional development opportunities. Here’s what’s coming up in February.
Important enhancements to the new subject outline tool (SOT), a reminder about the Interact2 temporary shutdown, a few final PD sessions for the year and invitations for input into the 2019 L&T Symposium and a Learning Spaces Portal pilot. All in the final Sub Dean L&T update for 2019!
Find out how your ALLaN Faculty Liaison can help you use the summer session to improve student outcomes next year.
What podcasts do you listen to, if any? There are some great ones out there – here I make some recommendations for those new to higher ed podcasts, and provide a list to a whole load more for you to explore.