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JanCon 2020 Registration is Still Open!

December 19, 2019 by | Pedagogy

Registration is still open for Chapman University’s annual January Conference on Teaching (JanCon) sponsored by the Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (IETL) and Educational Technology Services (ETS). The theme of JanCon will be “Teaching for Today’s Learners” and the main focus area of the conference will be on interactive training for Canvas, Chapman’s

Reflection and Resolve Thoughts for the end of the semester

December 10, 2019 by | Canvas

As Fall semester closes and the year ends, it’s a time for reflection and resolve. While I am closing out my time with my Fall semester students, I return to the Learning Objectives for my courses and consider whether I did all that I could to facilitate their fruition for my students. Additionally, I am

New Messaging Feature in our LMS eesysoft

August 23, 2019 by | Technology

Have you noticed the new pop up messages in Blackboard? Eesysoft is a support & communication tool to help our institution to maximize the use of technology and improve teaching and learning outcomes. Proactively message will help with: Downtime Promote new features and tools Deadline reminders Optimizing support In-application support documentation The three layers of

Google Assignments in Blackboard Learn Integrate G Suite's collaboration capabilities into learning workflows

August 6, 2019 by | Technology

Assignments Instructors create an assignment in their Blackboard using the Google Assignments assignment tool. After students turn in their work, instructors review submissions, give feedback, and assign a grade in Google Assignments. The grade syncs back to the Blackboard’s Grade Center. Students can attach any file type to their assignments, including: Google Docs, Sheets, or

Modern LMS Panel: James Hirsch – Blackboard Ultra Pilot

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

 James Hirsch, PhD Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Department of World Languages and Cultures Research Area (or Specialization): Representations of HIV and queer resistance in the post-Stonewall Latin American Novel Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Spanish 201 – Intermediate Spanish grammar, 23 students Teaching or learning problem/challenge

Modern LMS Panel: Derek Prate – Canvas Pilot

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

 Derek Prate Fowler School of Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Research Area (or Specialization): Game Development and Virtual Reality Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Unity Multiplayer and Networking (Interterm 2019) – ~15 students, Learning basic concepts of multiplayer networking and development in the Unity Game Engine Visual Programming (236-01

Modern LMS Panel: Manjari Murali – Canvas Pilot

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

Manjari Murali, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physician Assistant Studies Schmid College of Science and Technology; Biological Sciences Research Area (or Specialization): Learning and Memory, Synaptic Plasticity, Brain Reward Circuit, and Alzheimer’s disease. Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description HSK 112: Human Physiology in Health and DIsease (Interterm).

Bb Ally Accessibility Panel: Patricia Brown

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

Patricia Brown, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physical Therapy   Research Area (or Specialization): Specialty interests include balance and fall risk reduction; vestibular rehabilitation; movement disorder, and stroke rehabilitation. Her current areas of research interest include reactive postural control and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation. Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short

Modern LMS Panel: Mercedes Samudio – Brightspace Pilot

June 12, 2019 by | Technology

Mercedes Samudio, PhD Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Psychology   Research Area (or Specialization): Parenting identity; family systems development Relevant course(s) name/number, approx. number of students, and short description Psychology 101, usually 18-25 students. PSY 101 is prerequisite to all other courses in psychology. Introduction to the theories, principles, processes, problems, methods, and

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