A free tool to help students avoid unintentional plagiarism and improve the quality of their work.
Do you want your students to write clearly, express themselves confidently, and bring their ideas to life? Refer your students to the Writing Centre, who can help them achieve academic success in just five steps!
A series of workshops for staff exploring perspectives, current research and implications for neurodiverse learners in a university setting.
Let's look at some ways to improve the quality and quantity of feedback to students WITHOUT increasing the marking time!
Easily add a Contacts Block in iLearn so students can see the teaching staff in their units.
Supporting students with disabilities to participate in tertiary education is complex, and includes negotiating and implementing learning supports and processes. Here, Kathleen Tait and Sue Silveria suggest some practical techniques.