Point of View
In this point of view, DL&I Adobe Catalyst Program Co-Coordinators, Caterina Scaramelli, research assistant professor with Boston University College of Arts & Sciences department of Earth & Environment, and Pary Fassihi, Center for Teaching & Learning assistant director, share their thoughts on ways to model multiple modes of communication and guide students to produce multimodal projects of their own.
In this point of view, BU Digital Learning & Innovation Associate Provost Chris Dellarocas discusses the fall 2021 return to in-person teaching and learning; the importance of not reverting back to pre-pandemic modalities, and highlights a wide range of BU resources to support faculty.
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.
The past 15 months have been a singularly challenging experience for every member of the BU community. Our leadership and staff faced a crisis of potentially existential proportions and worked
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.
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.