Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) readers were drawn to a wealth of stories in 2019. If you are a diehard DL&I fan or newly introduced to the programs and services we offer, find out what stories and trends topped the most-read charts in 2019.
Digital learning initiatives are happening across the BU campus. This Q&A series highlights innovative ideas, collaborative thinking, cutting-edge perspectives and those leading the digital learning charge. In this edition, DL&I connects with BU Global Programs’ Willis G. Wang to discuss the creation of the Center for English Language & Orientation Program’s UN Peacekeeper online courses.
Boston University’s Office of Digital Learning & Innovation sponsored the October 2019 XR InLearning Global Summit. Read about conference keynotes and discussions, and hear what DL&I experts have to say about the event and current AR, VR, XR landscape.
The 4th Annual Teaching with Technology Festival was held October 3, 2019. The half-day conference featured a keynote address, expert stations, faculty presentations and more. Learn about Boston University’s popular edtech event.
Ernie Perez named Director of Educational Technology with Boston University’s Office of Digital Learning & Innovation. Learn about his professional background and vision for the future.
Q&A: Erol Peköz is a professor of Operations and Technology Management in the Questrom School of Business and earlier this year, launched the School’s first online course for part-time MBA students. In this one-on-one, Professor Peköz shares his experiences with course development, offers video production tips and tools, and shares advice for faculty interested in creating online courses.
Learn more about Teaching with Technology Festival keynote speaker Kaye Shelton, Ph.D.
Digital Learning & Innovation recognizes nearly 30 Boston University students for their participation in the Spring ’19 Adobe Creative Jam.
Learn about Boston University’s Annual Educational Innovation Conference hosted by the university’s Center for Teaching & Learning.