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From law students to lawyers: bringing the workplace into the classroom with Des Finegan

How do you bridge the classroom to the world beyond? It’s a question the learning.futures strategy places front and centre. Some programs are fortunate to have a bit of a head start – professional accreditation courses, like the Practical Legal Training Program, are not only informed by, but co-developed with governing industry bodies. They require students to graduate with the formal knowledge and skills necessary to qualify as workplace ready.

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UTSOnline Upgrade: What’s Changed?

Everything you need to know about the UTSOnline upgrade…

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Wireless presenting with AirMedia

AirMedia is an application that allows presenting in the classroom without connecting your laptop, tablet or phone with cables. Get started with wireless presenting with these instructions.

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Tips from the UTS Accessibility Resource Guide: Digital Environments

Assembled by the Equity and Diversity Unit, the UTS Accessibility Resource Guide contains a wealth of helpful information and advice for ensuring that we create an accessible learning and teaching environment for everyone. Here’s an excerpt that’s relevant whether you’re a staff member or a student – accessibility in digital environments.

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Connect with your students using Zoom

It is official – UTS now is in the process of introducing a web-based conferencing tool (Zoom), available for learning and teaching purposes.

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Let’s talk about accessibility in universities

How important is talking about accessibility in universities? Venetia Vecellio, our new accessible.futures intern talks about her experiences…

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