Bringing in a guest speaker via Zoom? Tips for a successful Q&A

May 1, 2020 by | Zoom

Eric Whitacre is an American composer, conductor, and speaker known for his choral, orchestral, and wind ensemble music. His works are performed worldwide by orchestras and choirs, while his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united singers from over 120 different countries. Adam Borecki, Director of Music Technology, recently hosted a successful Q&A between special guest Eric


Recording available for “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content”

April 30, 2020 by | Technology

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


Teaching So I Can Keep Calm and COVID On

April 24, 2020 by | Technology

This blog post is authored by Samantha Dressel, faculty in the English Department of Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. When faced with suddenly switching to online teaching, I had several layers of panic.  First, I don’t consider myself particularly tech savvy and do not like being under the gun for new technology. 


Chapman University Class Has “Good News for You” Advanced Web Video class has banded together to create the popular “ForYouFromUs” TikTok channel

April 21, 2020 by | Teaching Online

This blog post is from Adjunct Professor Frank Chindamo In February of this year, my students were pitching their advanced web series ideas. I’ve fostered so many web series over the years that these new ideas (student cooking and thrifting series, for example,) seemed a bit tired. Way back then, even though the worst bad

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