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The Quick Study – Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

One of the most influential bodies of work in education, and amongst the first concepts examined in any education degree, is Bloom’s Taxonomy and its successors.

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Teaching in the Powerhouse? Ideas to make the most of the space

Crowdsourced tips from colleagues who’ve used the space as well as key contacts should you need some support.

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Open Educational Resources Part 4: open access and free access

Is it right to label a free resource an ‘open resource’? Why do we use these terms interchangeably by mistake? Does it mean that free resources are ‘open’ resources? Read on to find out the answer…

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5 ways UTS Library can help with teaching in Autumn Session

eReadings, new subject materials, essential skills training for students, workshops, kits…and more!

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Co-op pop-up this session on Jones St

Submitted your reading list order to the Co-op? From 11 – 22 March, students will be able to browse and buy at the Co-op pop-up shop on campus.

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“Our work is to Indigenise the academy”: Professor Susan Page chats to us about CAIK’s award winning work

UTS academics in the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) have been recognised for their work with the prestigious Neville Bonner Award. Professor Susan Page talked to us about the team’s work and the process behind the Indigenous Graduate Attribute.

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