We have our first submission! Read about Branka’s defence against binge-writing. What are you waiting for? Share your practice with us today!
202030 exams, 202060 subject outlines, the 2020 L&T Symposium moves online, a new academic integrity module, more acronyms than you can poke a stick at. There’s alot to keep our eyes on.
Wondering whether to make a submission? Let’s hear from last year’s speakers. First up, Charles Vandepeer, Senior Lecturer in Intelligence and Security Studies (AGSPS) talks about the benefits of participating. Then, Shibly Abdullah, Lecturer from Study Centre Sydney shares his insights.
Our world has been turned upside down in recent weeks but there’s lots of help available to support your learning and teaching.
Building on the success of the 2019 Unsymposium, submissions are now open for the 2020 Unsymposium.
A new referencing style, a new DLT, new contract cheating alerts, L&T Symposium confirmed…welcome to 2020
It’s been a huge year in learning and teaching but before you head out the door for Christmas, make sure you’re across the following…
QUASAR is now live, are you using it well? Whether you’re teaching or researching over summer stay across the latest developments in SoTL and contract cheating. And finally, I’ve reported on L&T Symposium feedback!
Helping women into cyber security, the Faculty gathers in Wagga for the L&T Symposium, and visits to partners in the Maldives and Cambodia. All in this month’s Executive Dean update.
Our UnSymposium experiment is over…everyone was totally engaged in discussion, but were there any take-aways?