One of the challenges of online teaching is finding an effective method for assessing student learning beyond multiple choice tests. Dr. Tera Galloway, associate professor of management and quantitative methods in the College of Business, has given the topic a lot of thought.
Get tips for keeping you and your students safe online in this episode of Let’s Talk Teaching.
Explore ways to digitally connect with students through free workshops this week through the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology partners with Milner Library and others to host professional development events this week.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Dr. Abigail Stone was prepared to teach her typical lab course—where students study the archaeology of animal bones—until the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic disrupted her curriculum.
Join Milner Library for a variety of events and workshops that highlight the benefits of making information free, online, and open for all to use during Open Access Week 2020.
By early March, it was becoming apparent that the threat posed by coronavirus (COVID-19) was going to massively impact the lives of every person on the planet.
In two recent podcast episodes, faculty members and students share their perspectives about teaching, learning, and succeeding during a fall semester unlike any other.
Illinois State University course instructors worked endless hours to translate excellence in teaching to online formats.
More than 700 course instructors took part in professional development to prepare for fall teaching.