Looking to revise or develop a new syllabus? Check out the CTL Guide to Syllabus Design and get answers to commonly asked questions including: What is a “learner-centered” syllabus? How do I craft inclusive course policies? How should I use the syllabus with students?
What does the scholarly research say about best practices in syllabus design?
This summer the Instructional Production Services (IPS) team worked with Stephanie Ngom of the Center for English Language & Orientation Programs to create new videos for the Bridge 2 BU
Looking for fresh ideas to reinvigorate your teaching? Check out this list of must-read books provided by Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning.
Boston University recently upgraded to TurningPoint 8, the newest version of audience response technology software from TurningTechnologies. Learn about the upgrades.
Kaltura introduced CaptureSpace back in 2015 and were excited to offer an easy way to create rich media right from your desktop. While the capture tool has served them well, its time has come to an end. Learn about the new video option.
This summer, Instructional Production Services, in conjunction with the Office of Distance Education, is launching several new, interactive, online language courses. Learn about the courses and the use of animated video, live Zoom and more.
In search of Blackboard Learn updates? Look no further. Dive into this list of new features and get the tools you need to help increase efficiency, ensure course accessibility, enhance assessment and grading capabilities and much more.
With technology trends in mind, BU’s Educational Technology team created a summer reading (and listening) guide highlighting some of their favorite and most inspiring books, podcasts and more.
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.