In anticipation of Baruch’s Online Learning Week (October 9-14) this post provides an overview of preparing and online class session and introduces a few simple ideas for adapting a class […]
What are Open Educational Resources (OERs)? Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials that have been released into the public domain under an open license. An open […]
Questions and considerations for faculty members teaching a hybrid course for the first time are outlined below.
The following resources were developed by Chris Campanioni, Mary McGlynn, Lisa Blankenship, Robert Greco, and Lindsey Albracht for a workshop on multimodal assignments and assessments. Multimodal assignments ask students to […]
The following resources were developed by Seth Graves and Robert Greco for a series of workshops on Fake News. As faculty, we face an across-the-curriculum challenge to address the proliferation […]
As a follow up to our CTL conversation last week, we would like to share links to various Open Educational Resources. Our conversation introduced some common OER repositories (below) and […]