Explain Everything draws from a range of educational technologies to be, as its name suggests, the best possible tool for explaining anything Written by: Sarah Grace Many of the technologies out there work on two levels: a quick functionality that often leaves you wanting more, and a more complex (often less visible) layer of options […]
I completed a survey which questioned the advantage and disadvantage of the WordPress site and other technological applications such as Slack. I asserted that I like using both; however, I would like an introduction session which explains how to use and navigate each website. I think that would be helpful because WordPress can be difficult […]
Today I filled out a survey on WordPress and classroom technologies for my college writing class. The survey asked a bunch of different questions about wether or not the technologies were easy to use, would I use them again in other classes, and what support did I think was need. It also asked what I […]
Written By: Nikki Lane Over the past 4-5 years, popular news outlets have featured stories highlighting the communication challenges facing those of us educating the next generation — especially their ability (or lack thereof) to communicate appropriately using the currently accepted form of business and formal communication: email. Commonly cited issues: Students aren’t reading some […]
Written By: Emily Crawford Getting students to participate in class discussions can be difficult. Encouraging discussion outside of the classroom can be even more challenging. Luckily, there are an increasing number of applications out there that can conveniently facilitate discussion outside of the classroom in a streamlined, easy to use way. Here are our three […]
Increasingly, videos are enhancing and in some cases replacing traditional print modes of communicating scholarship. This session showcases several examples, from the PEW Research Center to AU student research-based videos from interdisciplinary courses.
This panel brings together multidisciplinary perspectives—from economics, sociology, business, and public administration—to discuss how educators can successfully bring into the classroom the varying real-world work contexts, incentive systems, and notions of fairness and justice that motivate successful teamwork.
This panel discussion seeks to inspire faculty to develop their own instructional assets using AU’s Kaltura video-capture tool.
This session examines ways that faculty can maximize the impact of their online presence.
This session introduces faculty members and graduate students to EndNote Web as a tool for enhancing teaching and research.