How do you convince an undergrad student to take up extra research over the summer break? No mean feat if you ask me. The sun is out, the days are long and warm and there are social events on every night of the week.
Associate professor Craig O’Neill is not your average lecturer; and teaching ‘Drone Mounted Geophysics’ not your average subject. I sat down with Craig to find out where the industry is headed and how to run a class of students flying drones.
Calling all Teche readers. On behalf of the Learning and Innovation Hub and the Teche Editorial Team, we would like to introduce to you all….(drumroll please)….. The 2016 Teche Awards!
We are asking you, the Teche community to pick the winners, it’s your vote (for the People’s Choice awards, that is).
The Teche blog has had 191 posts in the last year, a whopping 7233 views during August and an outstanding 585 views on the 25th August. For that, we would like to reward your efforts!
The winners will be announced at the Vice Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards on Monday, October 24th.
The categories are:
The Post with the Most Impact
The Learning and Teaching People’s Choice
The Overall People’s Choice
So dear reader, cast your vote here!
Voting closes on the 24th September.