Online Learning and Technology for Faculty
Online technology support, training and self-paced resources are available for instructors to improve student success.
Early morning university classes are associated with impaired sleep and academic performance
Analyses of grades in 33,818 students showed that the number of days per week they had morning classes was negatively correlated with grade point average.
Transparency in Course Design for Student Success
This is a self-paced, 3-module course that is perfect for instructors looking to increase retention and student success. It is applicable to all course modalities and pedagogies.
Next EPTO Course Begins Soon
EPTO is a 30 hr. self-paced course which investigates how pedagogy and classroom management changes online. Learn 50+ research-based effective online strategies. Begins Feb 27th!
Welcome Iryna Ashby!
Iryna holds Ph.D in curriculum and instruction from Purdue University. Areas of expertise: competency-based and interdisciplinary education, online course development, accessibility, and motivation.
Teaching ‘Digital Native’ College Students Who Understand TikTok — But Not Microsoft Excel
Access to technology is not equal among students, helping learners develop digital skills is an opportunity for equity work. Learn about approaches colleges take to teach technology skills.
Welcome Micah Weedman!
Micah holds the PhD in Leadership, with a focus on development in higher education, and has worked in learning design for several universities and colleges.
The Future of AI in the Classroom
AI technology has been creating a lot of confusion and even fear among educators, at the same time, many are embracing the possibilities.
Welcome Kristina Wendricks!
Kristina holds a MA in Adult & CE. Kristina's and working toward a PH.D. expertise is in ID, curriculum development, and assessment. Her work focuses on TILT, CoP, faculty PD, UDL, and accessibility.
Why Are Students So Disengaged?
Students are motivated when learning is authentic and relates to their future careers. They want to engage with learning activities that are connected to how they see themselves in the discipline.