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
At the DL&I’s first Digital Fluency event, Dr. Jon Landis, National Development Executive at Apple, spoke about the changing knowledge economy and what it means for teaching and learning. Notable
“Rather than keep [students] in a technology-free bubble, we have to help them learn to manage it,” writes James Lang in a review of The Distracted Mind by neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley and the
Educational technology has turned a corner. Software developers have developed video games that can be used for teaching as a way to engage learners from all backgrounds. Roughly 50% of adults
Meet Caitlin Feeley, keynote speaker at tomorrow’s Technology Showcase. She has over a decade of experience researching the use of video games for educational purposes, and has instructed both traditional classes
Webinar March 21: Noon to 1:00 p.m. Labster will host webinar with Co-founder and CTO Michael Bodekær. Discussion and Q&A about how Labster improves student engagement, motivation, and learning.
with Vika Zafrin and Anna Newman When: Monday March 20th 3-4pm and Tuesday March 21st 10-11am (the content of both sessions will be the same) Where: Mugar Library’s Estin Room (Room 302) The next
Technology Showcase: Gaming as a Teaching Tool with Caitlin Feeley of MIT’s Education Arcade When: Friday, March 24, 1:00-2:30pm Where: BU Hillel House, 4th floor – 213 Bay State Rd.
An exploration of STEM Virtual Labs and Future Applications for Virtual Reality Simulations Dr. Laura Wirpsza, Scientific Collaboration Specialist with Labster, will demonstrate mapping virtual lab simulations in STEM academic programs.