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
Recently I’ve been impressed with a digital book, Best Practices in Accessible Online Design written expressly for faculty grappling with accessibility of course material for the classroom (or virtual classroom) and what that means to them. This clear, concise and … Continue reading Best Practices in Accessible Online Design
ITS is rolling out an experimental program to connect our student employees with folks in need of simple media production. Fill out this form if you’d like us to consider a small project that involves video editing, audio editing, or … Continue reading Media Projects — Connecting Faculty and Staff with Skilled Student Employees
It can be awkward addressing a someone in your class when you don’t know how to properly say their name. In cooperation with the Dean’s Office, ITS has developed a system to allow students and professors to make an audio … Continue reading Avoiding awkwardness: student name pronunciations now available!
ITS has been working hard to get ready for the Spring 2021 Semester. Here are a few updates that can make your life easier. Class Calendars Faculty and students can import their class meeting times into their Google Calendar. This … Continue reading Get ready for Spring 2021!
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