Did you know we have an entire community dedicated to helping faculty and administrators with best practices for online teaching and learning?
This is our new monthly feature where we’ll be sharing the latest and greatest from our community of users. Take advantage of our helpful resources and get involved with the Teaching and Learning Community by visiting the blog or registering for an upcoming webinar.
In case you missed it, here’s what happened in April:
Make Sure to Read
Prepping students for a four-week intensive Art History term is no easy task – especially when you have to accommodate students from varying locations and schedules. In the past, professor Douglas Zullo had to meet his students individually to ensure everyone was up to speed. Read how he overcame these challenges with the use of a tool that helped him save time, and make sure his students were prepared.
Make Sure to Watch
If you’re new to Fusion and curious about the hype, or even if you’re a seasoned pro and want to get a head start on planning – you need to watch this webinar. We walk you through the top 10 reasons why attending Fusion may be the best thing you do all year. In fact, our keynote speaker is reason enough to attend!
Barry Dahl and members of the Teaching and Learning community will take you through twelve (mostly) unknown websites, technologies, and apps that will benefit you in the learning environment. If you’re looking for free and easy to use images and videos, tools to keep you focused and on-task, or writing tools to share with your students – this webinar is for you.