Last month, ITS partnered with the Writing Program for a faculty-led discussion on the many ways people use Slack for student engagement and language inclusion. Slack is a channel-based messaging platform that allows members to work together more effectively. It … Continue reading Slack for Language Inclusion and Student Engagement
As we are wrapping up the end of the semester, below is a checklist of items to consider as we near the end of the course term. Check your Moodle gradebook visibility By default, students cannot see the Moodle gradebook. … Continue reading End of the Year Moodle Checklist
Last spring we did a short blog series on student engagement and motivation while teaching remote. As part of the series, we interviewed Professor Beatriz Ramirez Canosa discussing how she uses Jamboard as a way to keep students motivated and engaged as well as … Continue reading Peer Interview Podcasts
If you have to record one or more of your classes for students who may be in isolation or quarantine, you can share your videos with your students through the Zoom integration with Panopto or the Panopto recorder application installed … Continue reading Sharing Panopto Videos With Students Who Need to Miss Class?
Like many institutions across the nation, we too will be returning to campus starting fall of 2021. Although the past year was filled with ups and downs, we saw amazing innovations in teaching and learning. Many of us are discussing … Continue reading What Will Student Engagement Look Like When We Return To Campus?
ITS is piloting a new initiative called Domain of One’s Own, sometimes referred to as DoOO. This new service allows faculty to claim a free domain name (web address) and start building a website that is uniquely their own. You … Continue reading Create Your Own Website for Field Research, a Professional CV, Course Projects, an E-Portfolio, and More