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Tools for threading WIL into your whole of course design: Careers Canvas modules and the TRACK-Learner tool | 12 October

Hot Topic Theme: Work Integrated Learning and External Partnerships UTS has a number of tools starting to emerge that can support course teams to help students think about their long term career goals and graduate employability: The UTS Careers service has developed a set of Canvas Modules that can be embedded in a course to support students at various stages of their journey through UTS. The TRACK suite of tools use labour market data to help students think about what their skills are, how...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 14 December

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 9 Nov

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 12 Oct

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 14 Sep

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 10 Aug

UTS Learning Journeys PDF Slides About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just f...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 8 Jun

UTS Learning Journeys PDF Slides About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just f...
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The role of Automated Feedback in responding to variable student pace of learning | 20 May

About this Event In this session we will talk about responding to individual students’ needs how intelligent tutoring systems can support adaptive learning utilising Canvas quiz functions to provide feedback when students want it how   can support instant feedback on draft writing “Automated Feedback” has existed in various forms at UTS for some time, from online quizzes, to adaptive learning platforms, to conditional messaging. In this series we will look at the key categories of aut...
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The role of Automated Feedback in building student belonging in large classes | 13 May

About this Event “Automated Feedback” is not a replacement to existing feedback, but a way to enrich the existing feedback ecosystem. In this session we will discuss how to use automated feedback… as a way to further communicate your personality as a teacher as a means of getting more points of contact with students in the form of Activity-Based Conditional (ABC) messaging in the form of  Learning Power “Automated Feedback” has existed in various forms at UTS for some time, from onlin...
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LAK21 Workshop: Engineering Learning Analytics Technology Environments (ELATE): Understanding iteration between data and theory, and design and deployment

Date April 13, 2021 - 4PM to 7 PM PST (according to LAK pre-conference schedule) Abstract Learning analytics (LA) researchers often fail to collect the necessary data to answer research questions due to a lack of understanding of what types of data they need. This workshop aims to advance understanding of the necessities of iterative processes in data collection and analysis to address the issue. The workshop includes panel talks by the organizers, who have experience in data collec...
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