Online and Blended Learning
The following Boston University resources were created to assist our BU faculty community transition to remote teaching and learning.
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.
Brad Wheeler from the Center for Teaching and Learning gives an overview of a digital media training model and how it can be used to assist in student learning. The
Geddes Language Center featured four faculty projects in its Spring 2017 Digital Faculty Showcase. Each faculty member displayed their recent and developing innovations in digital-based teaching practices. Flipping a Portuguese
On Wednesday, September 27th, Metropolitan College hosted the second in an ongoing series of presentations on the integration of various educational technology tools and techniques in online, blended, and face
Do you currently use the discussion board tool in Blackboard? If so, you may be looking for ways to increase student engagement and participation inside your discussion forums. A common
Registration for BU’s first four MOOCs (massive open online courses) opened on edx.org on 2/25. The four BU courses — Sabermetrics 101 (Andy Andres), War for the Greater Middle East (Andrew Bacevich),
DLI Associate Director Romy Ruukel discusses the history of MOOCs, their current status at BU, and digital learning beyond the MOOC-space. Tuesday, January 28, 2013 / 12-1:30pm 111 Cummington Mall,
Turnitin, BU’s supported software for academic integrity and faster grading, has recently introduced a “Cloud Submit” feature that allows students to submit assignments directly from Google Drive or Dropbox, convenient