Stephen Brookfield’s presentation on ‘What Does it Mean to Teach Equitably’ is available but clicking the following link: What Does it Mean to Teach Equitably? (University of Wisconsin System) Additional resources can be found on Stephen’s website at http://www.stephenbrookfield.com/powerpoints-pdfs
OPID | 2021 Spring Conference on Teaching & Learning
Map of public Wi-Fi hotspots in Wisconsin, developed by UW System Institutions: https://maps.psc.wi.gov/Apps/PublicWiFiLocations/index.html
An Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based proctoring tool–Proctorio will be available starting April 13th for instructors who want to use it in their Spring 2020 (and Summer 2020) courses. Workshops can be found at: https://ltcworkshops.org/
Keep Learning Tip Sheet for Students
Dear Faculty and Instructional Academic Staff, Given the sudden, unique, and extensive changes to our teaching efforts this spring due to the COVID-19 virus, many of you are experiencing similar challenges (and successes!) as you navigate your online course changes…. Read More
OPID | 2020 Spring Conference on Teaching & Learning
Congratulations to Christopher Cantell from the History Department for being named the 2019 Joanne Lazirko Award winner!
On May 22 and 23, no student or instructor enrollments will be made for Summer 2019 courses in Canvas while we perform maintenance. Thank you for your patience!
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) provides two great resources related to teaching online courses in the summer. The first is the Self-Evaluation Checklist for Online Courses, which you can use to inform the course design and implementation… Read More