Join foreign language and expository writing faculty as they speak about active learning, linked courses, and collaboration in the classroom.
The Office of the Provost, Center for Advancement of Teaching (CAT) and NYU IT are hosting a discussion and panel on October 27, 2016 regarding the changing role of learning analytics in Higher Education and Assessment
Professor Andre Adler speaks of introducing active learning techniques into his large undergraduate lecture, General Physics II.
Professor Aline Baehler talks about using Google Apps and other interactive tools to create opportunities for students to use French language skills in a realistic, experiential way.
Professor Glenn Wharton of Museum Studies talks about introducing project-based learning in his Museums and Community course.
Find out about new 3rd party tool integrations (Google Groups, VoiceThread, and more) within NYU Classes, and upcoming trainings.
In collaboration with Digital Scholarship Services, this workshop covered the multitude of platform options for emerging digital scholarship available through NYU and beyond. There are many considerations when deciding on a platform, including questions of goals, audience, and content. For example,
Participants with little to no video experience left this workshop ready to record, edit, and publish their own short videos. We discussed three different approaches to creating educational video including professional animations with narration; “talking head” videos produced at the
On March 2, we hosted a lively global discussion of NYU faculty as they discuss their experiences linking courses locally and across global sites, and the potentials for learning and collaboration.
This workshop focused exclusively on the online scholarly publishing platform, Scalar. Scalar is an open source platform developed for born-digital, media-rich, nonlinear narratives. The workshop focused on Scalar’s unique affordances: media compatibility, connected archival resources, and innovative structuring. In addition to seamlessly