Boston University undergraduate students now have free access to an Adobe Creative Cloud (ACC) license for the duration of their undergraduate study. Graduate students in COM and CFA also have access to free licenses. And some free licenses are available for faculty on a first-come, first-served basis. The Adobe Creative Cloud (ACC) is a suite
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 media production capabilities and discover new pedagogical techniques. The Festival offers a combination of BU faculty showcases and hands-on workshops that embody new modes of learning,
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 learning strategies, develop discipline-specific classroom activities, interact with teaching technologies, develop a complete or near-complete syllabus, discover the science of student motivation and student learning, identify
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 their classroom and curricular innovations – small and large – with colleagues throughout the University. Date: May 5, 2017 Details and event registration coming soon!
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. The workshops will run every Fall and Spring semester; the precise content of those workshops might change, and they are all likely to be one hour long.
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, which has profound implications for formal education. Global citizenship requires new levels of accountability for our students. Intercultural literacy is critically important to their success.
Everywhere, All of the Time: Digital Literacy across the Curriculum UNC Chapel Hill is reimagining teaching and learning for a new generation of students with innovative approaches and within emerging contexts. This talk will describe how UNC Chapel Hill partnered with Adobe Systems to launch a Digital Literacy initiative across the curriculum, with a focus