Point of View
In this point of view, BU Digital Learning & Innovation Associate Provost Chris Dellarocas discusses the fall 2021 return to in-person teaching and learning; the importance of not reverting back to pre-pandemic modalities, and highlights a wide range of BU resources to support faculty.
Point of View: BU College of Communication Master Lecturer Anne Danehy and Associate Professor Amy Shanler share their experiences building student engagement with Pronto—a communication tool that integrates seamlessly with Blackboard Learn courses.
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.
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.
Boston University’s EdTech Director defines the benefits of learning analytics and provides an overview of BU’s long term student learner analytics goals and objectives.
Boston University is boldly entering the affordable/at scale degree space with its announcement of Questrom’s $24k online MBA offered in partnership with edX. Under this new partnership, the Office of Digital Learning & Innovation will support the production and delivery of the online degree and co-lead the effort with the Questrom School.
In support of this bold, new venture, DL&I’s Associate Provost Chris Dellarocas and members of the DL&I team attended the Affordable Degrees at Scale Symposium held in Atlanta, GA. Dellarocas shares his Point of View and discusses several notable takeaways from this year’s Symposium.
The World Economic Forum predicts that creativity and innovation will be among the top job skills needed in 2022. The BU Hub defines them as essential to its undergraduate education. We all want students to think creatively. Master Lecturer and Associate Director of the College of Arts and Sciences Writing Program Sarah Madsen Hardy explores how teaching strategies that allay anxiety can support this goal.