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What’s New in the Teaching & Learning Community for July

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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?

Check out our monthly feature where we share 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 the month of July:

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Sit Back and Be Inspired with Talks from Fusion

Every year, we hold our annual Fusion conference. It’s a time when we gather over 1,000 educators, education experts, and D2Lers to discuss the newest ideas and innovation in the education industry. We held the event this year in Washington, DC and we know not everyone could get there — but fear not! Below you can check out the Opening Keynote video that kicked off this year’s conference, as well as the Solutions Spotlight. Be sure to check back, as we’ll be adding more talks in the coming days.
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Harness the Power of Video – Virtual Classroom now in Brightspace

We’ve partnered with Bongo to make virtual learning even more engaging. Starting August 4th, Brightspace Learning Environment customers will have improved functionality for online classes and discussions. Read about the integration and make sure to check out the Getting Started Guide.

Design Thinking for a Better Classroom

Tracy Dalton from the Calgary Board of Education was one of the featured presenters at Fusion. She delivered a fantastic breakout session on design thinking, and how it can be used to create a better learning environment for students. Put on your creative hat and learn how creating engaging learning experiences can help empower students to be creators of their own learning.

Australian Candies and Enhancing the Quality of Student Feedback

Jaclyn Broadbent, from Deakin University was also one of the featured presenters at Fusion. Check out the recording of her session for some great ideas on enhancing faculty feedback for online students (and learn a little bit about Aussie food and candy as well).


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