This week's byte-sized updates include releases of new and enhanced features for Gradescope and VoiceThread, and an important accessibility certification for Hypothesis.
Submit requests for graduate students to receive presenter access in Poll Everywhere, or for teams to allow presenters to share activities with one another.
Highlights from the latest updates to Learning Tech, including an innovative spotlight search option, a dedicated workshops page, one-click scheduling for personal consultations, and more.
A valuable new feature allows instructors to link documents stored in their OneDrive accounts to their course sites in Collab or Canvas for annotation with Hypothesis.
This week's byte-sized updates include a digital extension to the University's Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, answers to important questions about the student transition to Office 365, and fellowship opportunities with the Scholars' Lab.
This week's byte-sized updates include data on student use of captioning, a review of Miro as a potential addition to the Learning Tech catalog, a project to migrate student accounts from Google to Office 365, and more.
This week's byte-sized updates include a project for a new undergraduate LMS, accessibility updates from Digication, and a digital partnership to provide mental health services to students.
This week's byte-sized updates include two grant opportunities, a virtual conference for Sakai/Collab, and a new website for the A&S Learning Design & Technology team.
Hear how various learning technologies are helping to engage students and build community.
Discover how faculty and staff are using various learning technologies in their courses and projects.