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Andreas Brockhaus Presents at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching

Andreas Brockhaus Presents at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching

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The Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning are a series of interdisciplinary teaching conferences that include faculty, administrators, and graduate students from around the world. Participants are given the opportunity to engage in three full days of dynamic programming with a wide variety of exceptional presentations, all of which have been selected through a blind peer-review process.

Recently, Andreas Brockhaus, UW Bothell Director of Learning Technologies and IAS affiliate faculty member, presented at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching in Bethesda, Maryland. His session, called “The Evolution of a Hybrid Learning Faculty Institute: Lessons Learned and Changes Made” focused on effective faculty development for designing hybrid courses which combine both online and face-to-face elements. Read more about Andreas Brockhaus Presents at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching

“Educational Communities of Inquiry” chosen for ERIC Index

“Educational Communities of Inquiry” chosen for ERIC Index

On Tuesday, June 18th, “Educational Communities of Inquiry“, distributed through IGI Global, was chosen for indexing in the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) Index.

This is a great accomplishment for the title, as a whole, and for Andreas Brockhaus, Ian Porter, and other HCDI faculty members at UW Bothell who contributed their work for their chapter, “Fostering Social Presence in a Blended Learning Faculty Development Institute“, in this book.

We here at UW Bothell are excited about this opportunity and for the recognition our faculty members are receiving for their hard work, valuable research, and dedication to higher education. Read more about “Educational Communities of Inquiry” chosen for ERIC Index

Introducing IMD at University of Washington, Bothell

Introducing IMD at University of Washington, Bothell

Introducing IMD at UWB 061413-1For the first time ever, University of Washington will be offering the option of an Interactive Media Design degree (BA) through an undergraduate program unique to the UW-Bothell campus! Initiating in Fall 2013, the program will allow students to develop not only a technical understanding of interactive media design, but also the management abilities, analysis techniques, and problem solving skills needed to apply such practices to next-generation technologies. Read more about Introducing IMD at University of Washington, Bothell