Tag: teaching

Join the 2017-2018 Educational Technology Teaching Fellows program

The Educational Technology Teaching Fellows (ETTF) program at Northwestern University is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year. Dedicated to exploring blended learning...
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Checklist for the Beginning of the Quarter

As you prepare your summer quarter Canvas courses, here’s a simple checklist to review. (This is a repost from a previous quarter.) Do students have...
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Connecting with People and Ideas

Last week, I attended an Educause Connect conference in downtown Chicago. Connect conferences are highly interactive and relatively small (only a couple hundred people...
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Reflections on the Educause Annual Conference

This year I attended the Educause Annual Conference, which is focused on IT professionals in higher ed. With over 4,000 attendees, it provides ample...
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Northwestern students own lots of tech

Northwestern students own lots (and lots) of technology: 98% own two or more internet-capable devices 48% own three or more internet-capable devices They own...
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Join us at TEACHx

Northwestern Information Technology Faculty Support Services (FSS) is proud to present TEACHx, a free one-day event for instructors on Monday, May 16. It’s on the...
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April 20: Innovation in Teaching

Announcing: Innovation in Teaching at the Garage Time: April 20, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Place: The Garage Register Gad Allon, Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision...
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Randy Bass and the Learning Ecosystem

Randy Bass  is a luminary in the world of educational technologies. He has been a thought leader from the earliest glimmer of interest in...
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EdTech Teaching Fellows Program

This year, we’re building on Canvas. To support creativity and innovation in teaching and learning through the incorporation of educational technologies as part of the...
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Northwestern students want MORE!

What do students want? In their responses to a recent Educause survey on student use of technology, 220 Northwestern students answered a question asking “what...
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