CELT is planning two workshops this week targeted primarily at Winona faculty. One is on dealing with virtual attendance and the other is on trauma-informed teaching.
Exams and quizzes have been part of higher education for centuries. It’s not easy to break old habits. But they have well-known weaknesses that make them hard to recommend in a pandemic situation.
The Learning Management System (LMS) Task Force met with the Canvas implementation team on July 13 to officially kick off our relationship and make plans for a fall rollout.
Note that this post related primarily to the Undergraduate College in Winona.
It’s not fall yet, but we want to make sure you have all of the resources you need to be prepared for a potentially very strange fall semester. At CELT, the part of that package we think we can help with is thinking through a face-to-face course that might involve some students attending remotely, students completing assignments remotely, minimizing large groups, and planning for scenarios where in-person meetings are no longer possible.
In partnership with Instructional Technology, the IT HelpDesk is excited to announce our first Panopto training webinar. Everyone is invited. What: Panopto Training "Getting Started: Creator Training" When: 10:00am-11:00am July 10th, 2020 Click here to join ...
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is committed to constantly improving the online experience of students and faculty by selecting a single learning management system (LMS), replacing our two current LMS systems — Blackboard Learn and Engage/Moodle.
Edit: We added more resources. Many instructors think of finals week and perfectly naturally think of final exams. Students probably think the same thing, albeit with a bit more anxiety! We know that many instructors continue to be comfortable with final exams in this...