Training Videos: Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology team training BU faculty on the use of a variety of remote teaching technologies including Zoom, Blackboard and more.
Learn about BU’s Adobe Catalyst Program—a virtual learning space for experienced Adobe users to mentor faculty colleagues who wish to use Adobe Creative Cloud in their classes—and meet the mentors leading the charge.
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
Domenic Screnci, senior advisor for academic and emerging technologies at DL&I, recently wrote an article published in the Educause Review: Why IT Matters to Higher Education. In the article Screnci
Google Keep is probably the easiest to adopt of all the softwares ever discussed on the EdTech blog, and you might have already used a nearly identical interface on the Apple application “Stickies.” You
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
Everyone has a different level of expertise and comfort with technology. Some people prefer pen and paper, while others keep up with multiple tech blogs to learn about new features. No matter how much someone
Digication, BU’s ePortfolio software, now allows Google app documents, including Google Docs, Google Spreadsheets, Google Forms and more, to be embedded within an ePortfolio module. Students can create, share, and collaboratively
BU Google Apps (including Gmail, Google Drive, Google Sites and more) now include unlimited amounts of storage space. Google Drive makes an excellent space to store large files that are
The social networking site Google+ is now officially available as part of BU’s Google Apps, accessible through your BU and Kerberos accounts. This includes the popular service Google Hangouts, which