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.
DL&I EdTech Focus: Learn about BU’s institutional subscription to MATLAB–a powerful application worth considering for classes or research projects involving data analysis, modelling, and/or programming.
BU’s Digital Learning & Innovation highlights the top 7 most popular remote and hybrid teaching faculty guides 2021.
BU’s Digital Learning & Innovation created a remote and hybrid teaching toolkit with resources to help faculty and graduate student instructors get started.
Digital Learning & Innovation’s EdTech team compiled a list of technologies to look out for in 2021.
Access this list of 7 ways to improve grading online using two particular platforms: Turnitin Feedback Studio (TFS) and Google Assignments (GA).
Learn about the new Zoom feature: automatic, live, AI transcription from Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology team.
Ernie Perez, director of Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) Educational Technology team, was appointed to the position of Campus Technology (CT) Events Advisory Board member in October 2020. Read about Perez’s experience and new CT advisory role.
DL&I, in partnership with the Center for Teaching & Learning and Educational Technology teams, launched a BU faculty and staff community group to explore the purposeful use of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and extended reality technologies at Boston University and beyond.