BU’s Digital Learning & Innovation highlights the top 7 most popular remote and hybrid teaching faculty guides 2021.
Podcast listenership is booming. According to 2021 research data, more and more Americans—55 percent of the population—are tapping into the listening trend. With over 1.7M podcasts worldwide and an estimated 43 million+ published episodes to choose from, podcasting is a medium—and an education tool—to consider. Learn the basics of podcasting.
Digital Learning & Innovation readers were drawn to a wealth of resources, guides, and stories in 2020. Dive in and find out what stories and trends topped the most-read charts in 2020.
Learn about the Incubator project Training Opportunities To Augment Learning (TOTAL), a digital app that allows biomedical trainees to attend career and professional development events held at Boston University and several Boston-based partner institutions.
Chris Dellarocas, Associate Provost of Digital Learning & Innovation and Questrom’s Richard C. Shipley Professor in Management was named INFORMS Information System Society Distinguished Academic Fellow, the highest honor an IS
Part 4: Classroom Moderators. BU’s “Voices & Reflections” series is a collection of insights and experiences from those on the front line of BU’s remote and hybrid teaching and learning experience during the 2020 COVD-19 pandemic.
Ernie Perez, director of Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) Educational Technology team, was appointed to the position of Campus Technology (CT) Events Advisory Board member in October 2020. Read about Perez’s experience and new CT advisory role.
Learn about the Incubator-supported Online Lifelong Learning project created by Boston University’s School of Theology.
In this Q&A, School of Theology and 2020 Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient Courtney T. Goto shares her experiences using the BU-sponsored ePortfolio platform in the classroom and how professionally, the technology became an important part of the Metcalf pre-award submission process.