On April 28, the Senate Executive Board and the Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning co-sponsored the virtual teaching event: “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content.”
This event featured presentations from six faculty members who shared how they adjusted their curriculum in the online learning environment to incorporate COVID-19 discussions, research, and content.
Here is more information on the faculty presenters and the topics they covered:
- May Yacoob – Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Health Sciences
- Bringing public and global health field experiences into the classroom and the importance of maintaining virtual connection
- Jeremy Hsu – Schmid College of Science and Technology; Biological Sciences
- Exploring the molecular techniques used for testing SARS-CoV-2 infection and how to adjust program learning outcomes to address the pandemic
- Shira Klein – Associate Professor, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; History
- Analyzing COVID-19 antisemitism in class discussions
- Paul Lu – Argyros School of Business and Economics
- Incorporating COVID-19 into global management, operations management, and information systems courses and exploring the positive impact of guest speakers in this transition
- LouAnne Boyd – Fowler School of Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Emphasizing the importance of universal design in a Human Computer Interaction class, while encouraging students to design, develop, and evaluate technologies for their usability
- Frank Chindamo – Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
- How utilizing TikTok in an advanced web video class led to the “Good News for You” channel by Dodge students
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