DL&I, in partnership with the Center for Teaching & Learning and Educational Technology teams, launched a BU faculty and staff community group to explore the purposeful use of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and extended reality technologies at Boston University and beyond.
Digital Learning & Innovation is committed to sharing research and funding opportunity information with our BU community. Read about the Open Textbooks Pilot Program offered by the U.S. Department of Education.
The College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College’s Dustin Allen, Jennifer Bentley, Erin Riley, and Karen Jacobs are serving as LfA Faculty Coaches. In this Point of View, they share their thoughts on BU’s current teaching and learning climate, outline the role of a faculty coach, and share the strategies their team uses to support their colleagues.
Digital Learning & Innovation and the Center for Teaching & Learning are hosting the Lightning Talks: Remote Teaching at BU summer speakers series. View event recordings here.
The Remote Teaching & Learning Lightning Talks series is a reflection and learning forum where Boston University faculty, staff and students designed to identify areas of challenge and opportunity and share strategies for engaging educational experiences in the remote-learning environment. The Summer 2020 speaker series, co-hosted by Digital Learning & Innovation and The Center for Teaching & Learning, is open to faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars.
Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology in partnership with MET College’s Educational Technology & Innovation are hosting a series of Zoom, Blackboard, and MyMedia trainings and drop-in sessions specifically for Boston University Summer Session 1 and 2 remote teaching faculty. View the training recordings here.
Digital Learning & Innovation and the Center for Teaching & Learning are hosting an information session on the Learn from Anywhere pedagogical model. Learn more.
As the Spring semester of 2020 comes to a close, Boston University winds down half of a digital semester, and we’d like to reflect on our experiences as freshmen joining
The following Boston University resources were created to assist our BU faculty community transition to remote teaching and learning.