Happy 1st anniversary UDAL! June marks the anniversary of UDAL, Universal Design for Active Learning – A UW Bothell Initiative. Andreas Brockhaus, Director of Learning Technologies at UW Bothell, coined the acronym UDAL (Universal Design for Active Learning) in 2016 as a UW Bothell Learning Technologies effort to integrate Universal Design for Learning principles inRead more about UDAL Anniversary[…]
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 …
Attention UW-Bothell students interested in computer programming and interactive media: here is an interesting event worth checking out! At CodeDay, hosted by local non-profit StudentRND, students group up in competitive teams to be the best coders. With only 24 hours, everyone works vigorously and passionately to design and develop a new, functioning script from scratch.Read more about Students Test Their Skills and Stamina against the Clock[…]
Last month the International Society for Technology in Education Conference was held in Philadelphia. During the conference, there were quite a few presentations focusing on Google Apps for Education– an archive of which is available here. There are some very interesting presentations made by Google employees, as well as certified teachers and trainers, about usingRead more about Google Presentation Archive from ISTE 2011[…]
You may remember a post on the LT blog from March that provoked the question “how do we make the e-book experience different from the experience of reading from a physical book?” According to Inkling CEO Matt MacInnis, this is what the e-book industry needs in order to survive. Who knew there would be anRead more about A Peek at the Future of Digital Books?[…]