Center for Teaching & Learning
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.
How has the pandemic shaken up teaching and teaching assessment? Dr. Aleksandra Kasztalska, a lecturer at Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences Writing Program shares her point of view.
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.
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.
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.
DL&I connects with Dr. Deborah Breen, director of BU’s Center for Teaching & Learning. Here, Dr. Breen discusses the power of collaboration and partnership to support the teaching and learning experience.
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.
Digital Learning & Innovation’s FY19 Annual Report highlights DL&I programs, services and recent accomplishments, features a letter from Chris Dellarocas, DL&I Associate Provost and Richard C. Shipley Professor of Management at the Questrom School of Business, and includes testimonials from BU faculty describing their experiences utilizing new educational technologies in the classroom.
On June 6th Digital Learning & Innovation received a visit from a delegation of colleagues from Swarthmore College. The group of eleven was led by Andrew Ruether, Head of Academic