In this Point of View, Dr. Deborah Breen, director of Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning, reflects on learning pathways to support the implementation of the Learn from Anywhere pedagogical model at BU.
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.
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.
The new Blackboard Ultra Base Navigation offers a more modern, intuitive navigation that provides quick access to the most critical information from across all courses. Here are 5 new areas to explore within the new navigation.
Is disruption a positive force? In this Point of View, Lead Educational Technologist, Amod Lele discusses how innovation helps BU minimize disruption to teaching and learning.
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.
Digital Learning & Innovation and the Center for Teaching & Learning are hosting an information session on the Learn from Anywhere pedagogical model. Learn more.
It is no secret that digital literacy is important in today’s classrooms. From presentations to video projects, BU faculty are learning how to utilize new programs in their curriculum to help students be expert communicators when they leave campus and enter the real world. Learn about the Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, and Spark, and register for a faculty training session.
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