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September 8, 2015
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Welcome back, Colleagues!

Dear Colleagues,   The energy and enthusiasm of a new academic year is upon us. Welcome back to all of you.   I would like to share a few items with you: We are working closely with the Colleges of … Continue reading

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April 16, 2015
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Juggling end-of-year tasks

Throughout the semester faculty email questions on how they can capture information from Blackboard because colleges have to provide information regarding program performance, student learning outcomes, examples of student’s tests, assignments and other course work to present for accreditation purposes. … Continue reading

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April 16, 2015
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Faculty Spotlight: Online teaching success in LLT6013 Literature of the Built Environment

Could you be a sceptic about teaching online courses? If you are ‘not so sure’ whether this type of delivery could work for you take a look at one of our own faculty members after teaching online! Dr. Margaret Hadley … Continue reading

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March 20, 2015
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Student evaluation mid term survey data

Now that I have the data, what’s next? While student evaluation semester survey data is primarily summative for the university, the survey data can serve as formative for the faculty member.  The assumption is that by reflecting on the student … Continue reading

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February 17, 2015
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Taming the lecture capture beast

When we hear the phrase, “lecture capture,” it is not uncommon to immediately imagine an online course with zero collaborative interaction. This common misconception tends to drive faculty away from utilizing lecture capture technologies. But recording entire lectures, or even … Continue reading

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January 16, 2015
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Faculty feature – Prof. Sky: Flipped lectures and low stake quizzes

Professor Tony Sky is always looking for new ways to engage his students. This year he is using Panopto to record mini lectures prior to class. He has coupled them with low stakes quizzes that students complete before class. Through … Continue reading