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.
In this Q&A, School of Theology and 2020 Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient Courtney T. Goto shares her experiences using the BU-sponsored ePortfolio platform in the classroom and how professionally, the technology became an important part of the Metcalf pre-award submission process.
Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology in partnership with MET College’s Educational Technology & Innovation are hosting a series of Zoom, Blackboard, and MyMedia trainings and drop-in sessions specifically for Boston University Summer Session 1 and 2 remote teaching faculty. View the training recordings here.
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.
Today’s K-12 students and the technology they use, are the tools BU students will bring with them as freshmen. DL&I Lead Educational Technologist Amod Lele recently attended an ISTE conference and got a glimpse of what’s ahead: Google Tools. Learn about the Google ecosystem and how it is influencing students—K-12 and beyond.
Digital Learning & Innovation has invited ZSpace experts to demonstrate the latest in augmented and virtual reality-based learning experiences during a two-hour session on Monday December 18th from 2-4PM at our office on Bay State Road.
DL&I hosted a presentation by Todd Taylor, Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the First Year Writing Program at UNC Chapel Hill and Adobe. The presentation was titled “Everywhere,
Echo360 is rolling out a new upgrade. According to Harrison Lawrence, one of our Echo360 platform experts, the software will now be run on the cloud, providing greater stability and better
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
Over the past year Abbas Attarwala, lecturer in computer science with BU’s College of Arts & Sciences, has changed his students’ learning experience through the use of Microsoft OneNote, supplemental online