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Setting you up for success in Semester 1

Are you prepared for Semester 1? We want to help you make this semester a smooth one. From the 18th February through to the 1st March 2019, we have a series of MyUni training, workshops and ‘drop in’ support services aimed at staff to help get you ready for Semester 1. To find out what’s available to […]

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“Making Cool Stuff” – The Learning Resource Developer Story

Back in ages, long lost to history, the Learning Resource Development team consisted of two talented individuals who developed and built a wide variety of learning resources. Now, in the distant future of 2019, that ancient, proud tradition is continuing. If you were not aware of our team’s existence in the past, this blog should […]

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Using Instructional videos to support your students

“instructional videos are very unlikely to be harmful to a student’s learning and may have other benefits that the study has been unable to quantify such as flexibility and independence of learning (any time or place with an internet connection), the ability to be repeated instantly and the consistency of delivery that could aid the […]

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Cheryl shares her experiences using ALP

Following up from Cheryl’s recent creating an Open Classroom community blog article, we caught up with Cheryl to chat about her experiences using the Active Learning Platform (ALP). Cheryl shares her valuable insights from the Semester 1 ALP case study group. How using ALP in Cheryl’s lectures helped with student results—with examples of positive feedback […]

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Reminder to publish your course

Semester 2 teaching starts Monday 24 July. In MyUni Canvas, you need to ‘publish’ your course to make it available for students to access. If your course site is ready, this is a reminder to set your course to ‘Published’.

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A minute with Andrew on course setup

Hear from Andrew MacKinnon about course coordinators having greater flexibility and control to set up courses in MyUni Canvas.   Learn more about course setup at adelaide.edu.au/myuni/coursesetup

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Students feel more organised using MyUni

VIDEO: We catch up with students Hannah and Robbin to find out how they are using MyUni to help them organise their workload. How does MyUni help you organise your workload?

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Students tell us about using the MyUni tools

VIDEO: This is the second instalment in our recent chat with students Hannah and Robbin. In this short snippet, they tell us how they use the tools in MyUni and what they find most useful. What do you think of the tools in MyUni?

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Students tell us about learning in MyUni

VIDEO: Here’s the first instalment in our video series with students Hannah and Robbin. We met with them to ask how MyUni has changed the way they learn this year. Hear what they said in this quick video snippet.           How has MyUni changed the way you learn this year?

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What students are saying about MyUni

The new-look MyUni Canvas greeted all new and returning students in 2017. The MyUni project team has worked closely with students this year to support them to use the new platform. In addition to our existing 24/7 phone and email support, we established a visible support presence on campus during O’Week and Week 1. Our […]

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