COVID-19 has brought critical attention to the chasm between the learning opportunities of students who can access learning digitally in their homes and those of students who cannot.
Support accommodations and differentiation? Build custom learning paths? Conditionally release materials? Create accessible content? Brightspace can do that!
Communicate learning objectives to students? Maximize use of rubrics? Track student progress against expectations? Brightspace can do that!
Inside Higher Ed partnered with Hanover Research to administer a survey to university/college presidents and chancellors about the participants’ perceptions of and responses to the COVID-19 crisis at their institution.
Late last month, the US federal government passed a second round of COVID-relief funding. In total, the relief package amounted to $900B in aid, including more than $81B for schools and institutions of higher education.
For teachers accustomed to teaching at the front of a classroom, the move into the virtual world presents new and interesting challenges.
Teach effective time management skills? Monitor and track student progress? Provide a transparent learning experience for students? Brightspace can do that!
What can higher education institutions do to make education more accessible to all types of students?
Technology helps to foreground student success by improving student engagement.
Copyleaks’ plagiarism detection platform recently launched an integration with the Brightspace learning management system by D2L.
What educators should know about using technology to engage students online.
We believe it’s important to pause and spread awareness on this day as we build toward disability-inclusive, accessible, and sustainable education for all.
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