In an article written by Karen Costa on the Inside Higher Ed website, she addresses the issues that faculty and professionals have about texting their students. The two main concerns that she believes faculty have with texting their students is that people who don’t text are concerned about giving up a part of their mindsRead more about Should faculty text their students?[…]
We all know how popular spectator sports are, such as baseball, football, and basketball. Something new is joining the league of the all spectator sports for the age of millennials, eSports. A survey from digital gaming industry website Newzoo found that 22 percent of males from 21 to 35 watch eSports, making competitive video gamingRead more about Universities Devote Studying to eSports[…]
Virtual Reality has been making its rounds through medical school, engineering, and even underwater. And now, it’s headed towards the Arts department. At the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Georgia, the students are making history by becoming one of the first institutions to use virtual reality for a musical. Recently, they showcasedRead more about Virtual Reality Musical[…]
The next generation of college students, Generation Z, has had technology as part of their life since birth. It should come to no surprise that 93 percent of students in an Adobe Education survey said that technology in the classroom was essential for their career preparedness. Eighty-nine percent also believe that creativity will also beRead more about Technology Can Help Expand Creativity[…]
In this video, Andreas Brockhaus, Director of Learning Technologies at UW Bothell and the UWB Learning Technology team introduce some of the services provided to support faculty and students.