The following Boston University resources were created to assist our BU faculty community transition to remote teaching and learning.
Blended learning is the strategic combination of face-to-face and online learning experiences. Learn more about the popular teaching method and get the tools needed for implementation.
Educators face a number of limitations in traditional learning environments. Student engagement can be low because of the number of people in each class, and valuable time for reinforcing and discussing content can be lost in the rush to introduce new content. Learn how educational video can help instructors overcome these limitations.
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
Bruce Anderson, full professor and associate chair in the Department of Earth & Environment, wanted to solve the problem of making a multidisciplinary course accessible to students from multiple fields
After an Earth & Science undergraduate course became a mandatory part of a multidisciplinary undergraduate program, meeting the needs of students with diverse backgrounds posed a significant teaching challenge. Physics
Pary Fassihi, lecturer in the College of Arts & Sciences writing program, revolutionized her classes with the help of educational technology. Fassihi teaches writing to English Second Language students, and found
Help shape the future of learning at BU by attending The Teaching with Technology (TwT) Festival, October 11th, from 9:30 – 3:30 pm. A collaboration of the Center for Teaching
Interested in recording video lectures and other digital content but want higher quality than what you can make on your phone? As BU faculty, you have access to a studio