A deeper look at a discussion between NYU's Clay Shirky and D2L's Ken Chapman on the use of technology in teaching and learning innovation
This global pandemic has highlighted many student inequities. Learn how teachers are the pathway to educational equity.
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.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia educators have been forced to rapidly and dramatically change how they educate students.
There are specific challenges that every teacher will need to anticipate and address before building online learning experiences for students.
Rather than second-guess its options when COVID-19 struck, McGill University made the decision to go fully online
With most postsecondary institutions moving to a fully online learning model for the new term, colleges and universities across North America will face many new challenges. Faculty must be made comfortable with remote instruction.
This Digital Divide is one manifestation of inequity in education and describes the gap between students who have sufficient access to and knowledge of technology to succeed academically, and those who do not.
Second blog in the “Transition to Hybrid Learning” mini-series with Cisco
With some of the biggest names in post-secondary education, including major institutions ranging, all announcing plans to remain mostly online for the fall of 2020, the September 2020 academic season is expected to be very different.
When designing and building an online course, we want to be sure there are accessible learning options and activities readily available.
Assessment drives the curriculum. When I first heard it framed like this, I was thoroughly confused.