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5 ways we’re delivering innovative learning online

Excellent learning experiences continue online This year hasn’t exactly gone to plan. But creative lecturers and tutors from across the University were up for the challenge, thinking outside the box to support students and keep them learning online. 1. Digital…

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Resilience and empathy vital for leaders post-COVID: global survey

Teams communicating more often now than pre-COVID-19, survey finds A global survey of over 1,700 professionals, including University of Sydney Business School alumni, has found corporate employees are more focused on communicating with their offshore colleagues than they were before…

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‘Virtual kidnappings’ warning

The University of Sydney is aware that there are various forms of online scams run by criminal groups that target international students. The safety and well-being of our student community is our priority, and we work closely with police to protect our…

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Sino-Australian partnership on scientific research booming

By KARL WILSON in Sydney | China Daily Global China has overtaken the United States as Australia’s biggest partner in scientific research, according to a new report, despite attempts by the country’s defense and security services to have Australian universities…

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Surprising benefits of learning online

Student engagement key to online learning First year commerce student, Khuat Son Tra (Hazel) Nguyen, adapted remarkably well to learning online thanks in large part to her tutors and lecturers at the University of Sydney Business School. An international student…

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