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.
With support from DL&I’s Digital Initiatives and Educational Technology teams, Boston University and its Questrom School of Business launched an Online MBA fall 2020. Learn about DL&I’s contribution to the project.
For BU Staff: The purpose of the Educational Technology Collective is to create a space for staff supporting educational technologies and tools at Boston University to come together and share their knowledge and ideas.
BU’s Associate Provost of Digital Learning & Innovation discusses the events of 2020 and shares his point of view on future innovations in teaching and learning.
Learn about BU Building Block (BULB)—a new WordPress plugin that allows instructors to create open and iterative educational resources within WordPress using the Gutenberg editor.
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.
Podcast listenership is booming. According to 2021 research data, more and more Americans—55 percent of the population—are tapping into the listening trend. With over 1.7M podcasts worldwide and an estimated 43 million+ published episodes to choose from, podcasting is a medium—and an education tool—to consider. Learn the basics of podcasting.
Digital Learning & Innovation readers were drawn to a wealth of resources, guides, and stories in 2020. Dive in and find out what stories and trends topped the most-read charts in 2020.