Let's look back at UNSW's EF Lunch & Learn series in 2023, where Communities of Practice-led sessions on teamwork, AI in teaching, and inclusive practices, became an avenue for shared educational exploration and collaboration.
Digital Annotation with Lectern Tracking Camera is now available in Centrally Allocated Teaching Spaces (CATS). This new tech innovation empowers teachers to annotate and interact with digital content in both physical and virtual classrooms.
Learn how A/Prof. Jenny Richmond from the School of Psychology explored gen AI technology with her students to critique the output over a series of rounds, with the aim in mind to strengthen their overall communication skills.
Last week, education staff from all corners of the university gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the newest education space on campus, the Teaching Commons, the focal point for our education community at UNSW.
UNSW’s A.I.D.E. Chatbot– a popular chatbot for teaching and education staff – is undergoing a significant upgrade. With the aim of utilising OpenAI and ChatGPT technology, it will be able to provide a smarter, more interactive user experience.
By Dr Helena Pacitti, UNSW School of Psychology
Helena recaps her time hosting the inaugural Visiting Teaching Fellow for UNSW Science, A/Prof. Jason Lodge from UQ. Particularly focusing on evidence that...
Discover how Associate Professor Andrea Benvenuti of the School of Social Sciences made use of simulated role-play to reduce the use of generative AI, combat plagiarism, and prepare students for real-world policymaking.
We catch up with Professor Sarah Maddison to learn what she thought about her first month at UNSW, what she valued when she was a student, how being an astrophysicist influences her work as a DVC, and more!