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What’s New in the Teaching & Learning Community

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Did you know we have an entire community dedicated to helping faculty and administrators with best practices for online teaching and learning?

In this new monthly feature, 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.

Here’s what we have for you this month:

Make Sure to Read

This three-part blog series highlighting which tools you can leverage in your competency-based (CBE) programs.

READ PART 1:   LE is All You Really Need

READ PART 2:   One Giant LeaP for Learner Kind

READ PART 3:   Robust Assessment Analytics

Make Sure to Watch

5 Ways to Use the ‘Not’ Release Conditions to Impact Teaching & Learning

Did you know you can set release conditions for situations where a student has not completed a task? This webinar goes over how to use these release conditions to help you impact student behaviour and increase their likelihood of success.

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What I Learned About Student and Instructor Success from Teaching Online

With 14 years of experience under her belt, this instructor shares her top tips for teaching online. You will learn everything from icebreakers and assignment choices to techniques for helping students and instructors succeed online.

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Reach Students Where They Are: Start Using UDL in Brightspace

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is not just for students with physical or learning challenges – it broadens access to learning for everyone. Check out these five use-them-tomorrow strategies that will help turn your students’ mobile devices into super-flexible learning tools. Each of these strategies can be implemented in 30 minutes or less, and can lead to increased student retention, persistence, and satisfaction.

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