Learn about the new Zoom feature: automatic, live, AI transcription from Digital Learning & Innovation’s Educational Technology team.
The Remote & Hybrid Teaching & Learning Lightning Talks series is a reflection and learning forum where Boston University faculty, staff and students designed to identify areas of challenge and opportunity and share strategies for engaging educational experiences in the remote-learning environment. The Fall 2020 speaker series, co-hosted by Digital Learning & Innovation and The Center for Teaching & Learning, is open to faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars.
The Center for Teaching & Learning supports the continuing growth of BU’s excellent teachers by creating opportunities for faculty to come together, explore new pedagogical approaches, and experiment thoughtfully with digital tools that support their teaching goals. Learn about the CTL fall 2019 programming and how it highlights these methodologies.
Learn about the BU-sponsored Google Jamboard technology—a digital whiteboard that allows for remote or in-person collaboration on a shared space.
The new Blackboard Ultra Base Navigation offers a more modern, intuitive navigation that provides quick access to the most critical information from across all courses. Here are 5 new areas to explore within the new navigation.
Digital Learning & Innovation is hosting a series of training sessions specifically for Boston University remote teaching faculty. Learn more about upcoming workshops and training opportunities.
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.
What are the differences between synchronous and asynchronous online learning? Digital Learning & Innovation’s Lead Educational Technologist Amod Lele defines these teaching techniques and shares his point of view on overall effectiveness of each.
Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning highlights the top 5 most popular faculty guides—from flipping the classroom to interactive lecturing, and more.