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Supporting all students - Communication & Dyslexia
Ideas to improving communication from ai: Use the OpenDyslexic font for te (More)
Sustaining Student Interactions in Large Scale Collaborate Ultra Sessions
A large scale session in Collaborate Ultra is one with more than 250 but fewer than 500 participants. Coll (More)
Student Stories Episode 2
Episode 2: (New) Rules of Engagement Student Stories is a collection of resources designed in collaboration with students from the More)
Privacy notice for virtual classroom sessions
All students should be made aware that virtual classroom sessions (e.g., Collaborate Ultra sessions) are recorded. We advise that the following notice be posted (attached) as a course announcement and placed somewhere prominent in your Canvas course, (More)
Quality Confirmation - Semester 2 Priorities
As part of the ongoing Quality Improvement and Confirmation process during semester 2 we will be reviewing selected Canvas courses, focusing on the four domains from the More)
Supporting students
To support students throughout the semester there are many opportunities to engage with students. Announcements: You can plan out your announcements, introducing weekly topics, focusing on skills or resources require assessments or additional s (More)
Solutions Lab 12 - Providing rich & quality feedback via OneNote
Evidence shows that students and teachers can benefit from providing real time feedback. Teachers can instantly identify knowledge gaps and provide more emphasis on topics where it is needed. Real-time feedback informs the student on the current task (More)
Supporting Academic Integrity Guideline
As many more assessments are being conducted online the scope for contract cheating has increased. This document is intended to be a quick and practical guide to contract cheating, what you can do to mitigate against it, and what to do should you det (More)
How do you engage students with their readings?
One of the perennial issues in education is how to encourage students to engage with their readings.  Often, students do not complete set readings or do not understand the connections between weekly readings and course learning outcomes. This result (More)
Collaborative Reading – Working together to increase the impact and value of reading.
You may remember Harry Potter having an annotated potions book in the Half-blood prince. The side notes and extra tips provided helped him master complex potions, and avoid common mistakes. [caption id="attachment_5085" align="aligncenter" width=" (More)
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