The content developed for the Ohio State Keep Teaching website is moving to a more prominent home within the Teaching and Learning Resource Center. By mid-May 2021, links to keepteaching.osu.edu and its subpages will redirect to specific pages within teaching.resources.osu.edu .
While you are building your courses for next semester, you may notice a few new features in CarmenCanvas, including a new dashboard view, multiple-file upload for modules and the removal of the Conferences tool, BigBlueButton.
Join us on November 7 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Pomerene 280 to learn from Digital Flagship Educators and students. Our presenters will be exploring new ways to give students a voice and showcasing unique assignment opportunities , building excitement around starting college and sharing experiences with iPads in and outside the classroom.
We’ve all experienced technical difficulties. No matter how well-prepared you are, sometimes technology temporarily fails. Sometimes Amazon Web Services is down and sites all over the internet are unavailable. You occasionally experience an inconsistent wireless connection, especially in remote...
When teaching a class online, how do you ensure your students are able to find the information they need to be successful in the course? Portuguese Lecturer Schirlei Silveira tackled this challenge by creating a simple, effective homepage to help her students navigate their online learning experience.
Dean Cristol, associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, wanted to find out how valuable peer reviews were to his students. The survey results are in--find out what students had to say about peer review assignments!
The electronic lab notebook software, LabArchives , helps you create structure for research notes, promote research integrity and securely record, manage and share your professional research data. Did you know that LabArchives can provide this same...
In the process of making learning affordable, how do we know we’re not sacrificing the quality of educational resources? Is there a way to get a general idea of how students perceive free or low-cost digital materials? A team of researchers at The Ohio State University wanted to find out.