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24/7 Instant Feedback on Writing: integrating AcaWriter into your teaching | 16 September

What difference could instant feedback on draft writing make to your students? Over the last 5 years the Connected Intelligence Centre has been developing and piloting an automated feedback tool for academic writing (AcaWriter), working closely with academics across several faculties. The research portal documents how educators and students engage with this kind of AI, and what we’ve learnt about integrating it into teaching and assessment. In May, AcaWriter was launched to all students along wi...
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24/7 Instant Feedback on Writing: integrating AcaWriter into your teaching | 21 October

What difference could instant feedback on draft writing make to your students? Over the last 5 years the Connected Intelligence Centre has been developing and piloting an automated feedback tool for academic writing (AcaWriter), working closely with academics across several faculties. The research portal documents how educators and students engage with this kind of AI, and what we’ve learnt about integrating it into teaching and assessment. In May, AcaWriter was launched to all students along wi...
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24/7 Instant Feedback on Writing: integrating AcaWriter into your teaching | 18 November

What difference could instant feedback on draft writing make to your students? Over the last 5 years the Connected Intelligence Centre has been developing and piloting an automated feedback tool for academic writing (AcaWriter), working closely with academics across several faculties. The research portal documents how educators and students engage with this kind of AI, and what we’ve learnt about integrating it into teaching and assessment. In May, AcaWriter was launched to all students along wi...
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24/7 Instant Feedback on Writing: integrating AcaWriter into your teaching | 16 December

What difference could instant feedback on draft writing make to your students? Over the last 5 years the Connected Intelligence Centre has been developing and piloting an automated feedback tool for academic writing (AcaWriter), working closely with academics across several faculties. The research portal documents how educators and students engage with this kind of AI, and what we’ve learnt about integrating it into teaching and assessment. In May, AcaWriter was launched to all students along wi...
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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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EdTech Ethics Deliberative Democracy: 2021

Photo by Maxime VALCARCE on Unsplash Sept 2021 update: There has been huge interest in this project, which is very encouraging, but applications are now closed. However, If you are not selected in the first round, you may still get a place if others decline their invitations. Members of the UTS community can express interest in future activities in the Keep Me Posted form. Jan 2022 update: EdTech Ethics Report on the process and outcomes of the consultation published below. June 202...
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What is rigour in learning analytics, and how can we foster it?

The challenge: Over a little more than a decade, the field of learning analytics (LA) has grown. LA has always been characterised as a multidisciplinary field. As the field continues to grow, fuelled by research from multiple perspectives, the question of rigor has become increasingly critical. How can we characterize “quality” in LA work with reference to the confluence of other domains that make up the field? Are there additional features that are distinctive to LA? In their 2019 editorial the...
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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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