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Prevention, not policing: academic integrity at PAEB2020

May 13, 2020
Dr Mary Davis of Oxford Brookes University gave a fascinating presentation sharing her insight and leadership on academic integrity at the PAEB2020 conference, sponsored by Studiosity

11 of the best websites and apps to help you study online

Apr 22, 2020
While technology can be a big distraction when it comes to study time, it can also be a huge help if used in the right way. Here are 11 of the best apps you should have in your toolbox, designed to help you get ahead with your homework and study.

International Women's Day 2020: words from our leading ladies

Mar 6, 2020
Stories and quotes from inspirational women in education, to invigorate you this International Womens Day 2020.

UA Conference 2020 - Summary of keynotes and themes

Feb 26, 2020
Whether you missed Day 1 of Universities Australia 2020, or just want to re-live some of the keynotes and highlights, make sure you read Jack Goodman's inimitable observations.

Why become a teacher? One student's thoughts

Oct 4, 2019
World Teachers' Day is 5 October, we asked one Studiosity student user studying Education why they chose the teaching field, and what it's like.

Thoughts on women in education: a conversation with Professor Judyth Sachs

Mar 8, 2019
Professor Judyth Sachs talks about International Women's Day, the education sector and the importance of role models for young women.

Moving away from multitasking: What parents can do to help their children with NAPLAN

May 7, 2018
As the annual NAPLAN exams draw nearer, many parents are wondering how they can prepare their children for these basic numeracy and literacy tests. It's important young people are able to find a way of preparing that engages them and truly focuses their attention. Studiosity can help. 

Things we’d say to our favourite teachers, now

Oct 27, 2017
Teaching can be a tough and fairly thankless job, so we wanted to take the opportunity today, as National Teachers’ Day, to celebrate and honour teachers everywhere for the work they do (and have done).

Is ignorance power? The constant confusion of Homo Deus

Oct 11, 2017
We're all cyborg-gods who don't know how to adapt to change, says Yuval Noah Harari in his sequel to Sapiens, Homo Deus. Let's look deeper into this, shall we?

Four predictions for student success in Australia’s knowledge economy

Apr 1, 2017
At the YourTutor School Leaders' Forum, experts in secondary and tertiary education discuss how we can set students up for success in high school and beyond.