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
This past year has been challenging for faculty, students, and staff but we remain resilient in finding different ways to communicate and connect with one another. Last month we shared an interview from Professor Beatriz Ramirez Canosa discussing how she … Continue reading Using Peer Support Groups for Student Engagement and Motivation
Both faculty and students have been amazingly resilient during this unprecedented time. We would like to uplift faculty voices so others across campus can know about some of the innovative teaching going on in our classes. Read the interview below … Continue reading Using Jamboard for Remote Student Engagement
Since most of our classes have moved online, many more faculty have been using Panopto to host their pre-recorded videos. For those unfamiliar, Panopto is our video streaming and lecture capture software that allows you to upload or record audio, … Continue reading Enable Automatic Captions For Panopto Course Folders
Recently I came across an article on bbc.com entitled, “The reason Zoom calls drain your energy.” The article explained the reason why many of us are experiencing what is known as Zoom fatigue. Zoom and other web conferencing services have … Continue reading The Reason Behind Zoom Fatigue