One’s an entertainment spectacular that fully embraces glitter, wind machines and amazing hair. And the other one is Eurovision (ba dum tish!). But despite a few differences, they each have a superfan in the form of new Senate Chair Professor Mariella Herberstein, who says everyone should get involved in both.
Calling all undergraduates, 2015 Honours students, and MRes students! Submit an abstract or paper to present your research at two exciting events in 2016.
“Fail early, learn fast” says Macquarie University Faculty of Business and Economics’ Dr Yvonne Breyer in her post on the blog Hacking Higher Education: FLearning – Learning through failure.
Teche has just turned 2, and people often ask the Editorial Team how we’ve managed to keep it chugging along (well, that’s happened at least a couple of times anyway). In that spirit, here are our top tips for starting – and sustaining – a blog as a community platform at a university.
Connect with international and national researchers, fellow academic teachers, practitioners and the educational technology industry at ascilite 2016, Adelaide, 28-30 November.
The humble tumbleweed has come to represent ‘locations that are desolate, dry, and often humourless, with few or no occupants.’ If that sounds like an online discussion forum near you, read on…
While spring-cleaning at Teche HQ, we dug out a printed newsletter called And Gladly Teche from 2001. (Classics never go out of style.)
Just in case you missed our email: here are a few set-up reminders and ways unit convenors can get help for the coming session.
Whether your unit needs a quick check-up or some serious intervention, the iLearn Drop-in Clinic is ready to help you for Session 1, 2016. It is open 10am – 3pm weekdays from 15 February – 4 March 2016.
From plagiarism to Powerpoint, these resources will help set up your students for success from the start.
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