A recent feature in UVA Today profiles the efforts of four faculty members to enhance their courses with new learning technologies.
Mathematics professor Paul Bourdon shares how he uses Poll Everywhere to increase engagement and measure comprehension.
Statistics professor Rich Ross shares how he uses Gradescope to dramatically reduce grading times and provide detailed feedback to students in his large lecture courses.
History professor Jennifer Sessions shares how she uses Peerceptiv and its "magical" powers to help her students become better readers and editors.
Well-structured course content and activities can help students by streamlining navigation, reducing confusion, and prioritizing progress and learning.
Create general polls, attendance items, review questions, quizzes, and more to generate reflection and discussion in your courses.
An overview of seven new and expanded learning technologies available to your courses, from an innovative grading tool to a versatile polling and student response system.
Welcome to Learning Tech—the intersection of the physical, the digital, and the missional parts of our Academical Village.