Virtual and hybrid meetings are here to stay. Learn some of the best practices for hybrid meetings with Zoom.
Learn about BU Building Block (BULB)—a new WordPress plugin that allows instructors to create open and iterative educational resources within WordPress using the Gutenberg editor.
DL&I EdTech Focus: Learn about BU’s institutional subscription to MATLAB–a powerful application worth considering for classes or research projects involving data analysis, modelling, and/or programming.
Access this list of 7 ways to improve grading online using two particular platforms: Turnitin Feedback Studio (TFS) and Google Assignments (GA).
Learn about the new Zoom feature: automatic, live, AI transcription from Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology team.
Google Assignments is a recent addition to BU’s suite of educational tools available for instructors and students. Learn about the application and its ability to help distribute, analyze, and grade student work.
Zoom’s August , 2020 update brought along a few feature upgrades that can help you get the most out of Zoom for remote and hybrid teaching—including video filters and background noise suppression options. Learn about these features and get tips to use PowerPoint or Keynote presentations as your virtual background.
Learn about the BU-sponsored Google Jamboard technology—a digital whiteboard that allows for remote or in-person collaboration on a shared space.
This Educators Guide is for Zoom users who already have a solid understanding of Zoom basics. Learn about advanced features that will help make the most of the powerful video conferencing platform.