Boston University Educational Technology Data Modeler and Developer Qiyuan Li discusses the power behind learning analytics; the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the higher education analytics landscape, and the long-term paradigm for learning analytics strategy post-pandemic.
In this Point of View, BU Center for Teaching & Learning Assistant Director Pary Fassihi shares her experiences (and others) producing multimodal projects and the power behind multimodality modeling for students.
How has the pandemic shaken up teaching and teaching assessment? Dr. Aleksandra Kasztalska, a lecturer at Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences Writing Program shares her point of view.
Read about COM Continuing Education—a stand-alone website supported by DL&I’s Incubator and developed by BU College of Communication. The site offers non-credit workshops, conferences, and other opportunities beyond the pursuit of a traditional degree.
The Remote & Hybrid 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 and hybrid learning environment. Learn about the Spring 2021 speaker series, co-hosted by Digital Learning & Innovation and The Center for Teaching & Learning.
BU’s CTL and DL&I Adobe Catalyst Spring 2021 Program is a virtual collaborative learning space for experienced Adobe users (catalysts) to mentor faculty colleagues who wish to use Adobe Creative Cloud in their classes. Learn more about the 2021 mentors.
With support from DL&I’s Digital Initiatives and Educational Technology teams, Boston University and its Questrom School of Business launched an Online MBA fall 2020. Learn about DL&I’s contribution to the project.
For BU Staff: The purpose of the Educational Technology Collective is to create a space for staff supporting educational technologies and tools at Boston University to come together and share their knowledge and ideas.
BU’s Associate Provost of Digital Learning & Innovation discusses the events of 2020 and shares his point of view on future innovations in teaching and learning.