LfA technology functionality is being added to hundreds of spaces across all three campuses. Boston University’s Director of Learning & Event Services Linda Jerrett provides an update on the technology upgrades, highlights projects happening now, and shares a variety of resources designed to support LfA faculty.
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.
Learn about the BU-sponsored Google Jamboard technology—a digital whiteboard that allows for remote or in-person collaboration on a shared space.
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.
Digital learning initiatives are happening across the BU campus. This Q&A series highlights innovative ideas, collaborative thinking, cutting-edge perspectives and those leading the digital learning charge. DL&I connected with Regan to discuss the quest to improve the Digication teaching and learning experience at BU; how he became an advocate/voice for use and what is in the Digication portfolio platform pipeline.
Digital Learning & Innovation’s EdTech team compiled a list of technologies to look out for in 2020.
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.
With technology trends in mind, BU’s Educational Technology team created a summer reading (and listening) guide highlighting some of their favorite and most inspiring books, podcasts and more.
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