by Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies Cutting to the chase Here is how to make your syllabi openly accessible online. Have your syllabi do less and then use your institution’s
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Reflections on Inclusion and Equity in Digitally Mediated Learning Spaces
by Heather Pleasants, Office of Institutional Effectiveness After returning from the Digital Pedagogy Lab Summer Institute (DPL)*, writing a post about “Assessing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Digital Classrooms” seemed to
8 Reasons Why Your LMS is Awesome for Teaching and Learning (Yes, Eight)
by Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies This week, I learned about digital literacies.* My workshop leader was Jade Davis, the Manager of Digital Projects at Columbia University Library. Right at
Blackboard Personalization Tips
Blackboard offers a variety of style options to help you personalize your course, including custom banners, multimedia content, and more.
Is “Learning Management System” a Misnomer?
by Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies Is there a difference between “course delivery” and “teaching,” or are these equivocal terms? What does it mean to deliver verses to teach?
These Aren’t the Grades You’re Looking For
by Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies Today is the final day for the entry of mid-term grades for lower-level courses. As a new faculty member at UA, I had
Mistakes Were Made. What Next?
by Nathan Loewen, Department of Religious Studies I felt a little bit like John Lindsay this morning. I put a quiz on Blackboard, and, as he said in one of