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Short, sharp training to help you use Library resources
The Library is running a series of Teaching Spotlight sessions this year. The Spotlights are brief online training sessions and videos to help you make best use of Library resources in your course. Well worth registering for, and if you can’t atte (More)
Looking for free teaching materials?
Are you looking for inspiration, or a great activity, animation or simulation to use in your teaching for the upcoming semester with NO COST for you or your students? Open Educational Resources (OERs), are available for you to use! More)
Quick tips - Flexible learning part 3
Today's tip around flexible learning and teaching is around developing your presence in the course.   When you are teaching in a class room, students have the opportunity to see you and 'get a sense' of you during the lectures, tutorials and pos (More)
Supporting all students - Communication & Dyslexia
Ideas to improving communication from ai: Use the OpenDyslexic font for te (More)
Think Pair Share
A common way to engage students and create discussion in a class is a think- pair-share activity. To get it started you need: a question prompt clear instructions   The question: The question should be something more than just a (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)
Sustainable Course design.
When developing resources for online delivery there are some strategies you can easily implement which improve the experience for your students. This include things like Not including dates on files Consider using version numbering rathe (More)
Where to find Open Educational Resources (OERs)?
We’ve looked at what an OER is on SISTER before  and increasingly it is an RMIT focus. According to < (More)
Ideas for introducing a new week or topic
When students are studying entirely or mostly online, clear and comprehensive instructions are critical. This saves students time because they know what they need to do and it saves you time, because you don’t have to answer the same question or prov (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)
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