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Sarah Crossing

Sarah Crossing

Recent Posts

The consequences of asking for help

Sep 14, 2021
Research shows that when students use Studiosity to ask for help, demand for other university support services increases. Here's how.

Testing Times: A window into the increasing momentum and demand in HE to overhaul assessment.

Aug 19, 2021
Testing Times, university leaders discuss the future of assessment. A recap of the latest conversation in the Studiosity Symposium 'Students First'.

The digitisation of peer learning: a review

Mar 9, 2021
A literature review into the successes and challenges of digital peer support in universities reveals minimum requirements for student satisfaction as well as recommendations to integrate and normalise help seeking.

5 tips on how to start your assignment

Oct 6, 2020
If you're finding it hard to start your assignment, these tips might help get you started and hopefully avoid last-minute struggles.

How do you engage students who aren't seeking help?

Sep 25, 2020
Professor Holness describes in detail Roehampton's best practice approach for integrating formative feedback into assessment, and integrating support into the student experience. Prof Marilyn Holness, OBE, is Professor of Education Engagement and Practice and Director of Student Engagement at the University of Roehampton.

Usage and impact of academic support, with Jennifer Lawrence UNE

Jul 29, 2020
Does it matter where students seek help, or just that they do? Do different students use different types of services, or do they shop around? Is it just the students who would succeed anyway who are accessing these services, or does this support make the difference? Jennifer Lawrence from the University of New England dives into the data, in this part of the 'Students First' Studiosity Symposium web series.

Everything you wanted to know about AI in student learning, limitations, the complexity of teaching, and academic integrity - a session and lesson.

Jul 13, 2020
Dr Stephen Wan, Lead Researcher at CSIRO Data61 introduces the Data61 - Studiosity partnership that will see world-first changes to personal, timely study support.

International Women's Week also tells a story about the power of mothers and family

Mar 6, 2020
For International Women's Week, women from the Studiosity team met with with leaders in education and business, to hear from two of the worlds-most incredible and determined women, Dr Kekenya Ntaiya and Mahboba Rawi OAM, at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Here's what we learned.

What is the Technology Acceptance Model?

Oct 17, 2019
This is why the Technology Acceptance Model should be getting more air time with educators implementing important online student services and other critical EdTech. And what are the recpurcsusions of ignoring technology acceptance rates?

5 Things You Should Do In Your HSC English Exam

Sep 19, 2019
Here are five things every HSC student should be doing when they are staring down at the exam page in the HSC English exam.