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
Date: Thursday, April 20 Time: 1:30-3:00pm Location: Hillel House, 213 Bay State Road, 4th Floor (Castle Room) Dr. Laura Wirpsza, Scientific Collaboration Specialist with Labster, will demonstrate mapping virtual lab
Date: Thursday, April 13 Time: 8:30am-noon Location: One Silber Way, 9th Floor, Trustee’s Ballroom This engaging and interactive talk will explore: The disruptive force of mobile technology on long-held assumptions
Open-to-all Brainstorming The Boston University Libraries Digital Scholarship Services team hosts a monthly informal gathering that brings together members of the BU community to engage in issues of open access, open data, and open education.
Teaching in a Digital Way The TwT Festival will offer a collaborative learning space for BU educators to create technology-enabled active learning environments, experiment with digital tools and platforms, explore
Master Teaching Transformation Date: June 5-9, 2017 During this 5-day program, faculty will examine the importance of learning objectives, construct course level assessments, employ effective grading strategies, experiment with active
Share Your Innovation The Center for Teaching and Learning will host the 7th Annual Educational Innovation Conference spring 2017. This annual event provides an opportunity for faculty and graduate students to share
BU Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Services is announcing the first Digital Scholarship Fundamentals workshop series, aimed at digital humanities and social sciences practitioners, and scholars at all levels interested in becoming one.
Rethinking the Classroom with Mobile Technology Today there are 5 billion mobile device users worldwide. This scale of adoption represents a fundamental shift in how we process and handle information,