The BJBS minimum expectations on subject delivery are now live, there are even more improvements to the subject outline tool and for the first time prospective CSU students will be able to see an assessment summary for each subject before they enrol.
What happened in the QUASAR pilot over 201890? Where have the pre-delivery questions gone? And how will QUASAR make my life easier? Find out here!
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.
The pre-delivery questions for the online moderation system (OMS) are on the move. QUASAR product owner, Michael Kemp tells us where to and why.
Tips on managing the 3-6 January i2 outage; a Thinkpiece on the wiki; literacy and numeracy strategies, and preparing for 201930. It’s all in the November Sub Dean L&T update.
Keen for a sneak peek at what QUASAR (well parts of it anyway) might look like? Check out the latest update from product owner, Michael Kemp.
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.
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!