Introducing Turnitin Draft Coach™ – Students can now use Turnitin similarity tools in Google Docs while working towards the final artifacts.
Virtual and hybrid meetings are here to stay. Learn some of the best practices for hybrid meetings with Zoom.
Gradescope is a Boston University centrally supported software designed to streamline and simplify grading exams in large classes. Learn about the tool, how it automates grading and streamlines the workflow among teaching assistants.
Point of View: BU College of Communication Master Lecturer Anne Danehy and Associate Professor Amy Shanler share their experiences building student engagement with Pronto—a communication tool that integrates seamlessly with Blackboard Learn courses.
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.
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.