Presenter(s): Abigail Torres (Center for Online Learning)
Hypothes.is is an annotation tool now available in Blackboard that can be used by students in your classes to highlight and comment on blogs, articles, pdfs, and any other webpages that you would like your students to engage with together. Come find out more about this useful tool and how to use it through your course Blackboard page. [Details...]
Presenter(s): Stephanie Margolin (Hunter College Libraries) & other representatives from the Libraries
In the shift to remote learning, we are seeing more collaborative integration of information literacy instruction across the disciplines. What lessons have we learned for more effective collaborations both online and when we return to in-person instruction? [Details...]
During an ACERT Lunchtime Seminar, Laura W. Kane and Sarah Ruth Jacobs introduced the aims and editorial guidelines of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, which is a collaborative effort between 23 faculty members, graduate students, and academic staff at CUNY and other institutions.
In this Event Capsule, Lisa Anderson and David Alm discuss their experiences in creating semester-long projects in the classroom. They share their methods, showcase their final products, and share advice on how faculty members can design their own semester-long collaborative projects.
Presenter(s): Jack Dougherty (Professor of Educational Studies, Trinity College)
A workshop led by Jack Dougherty on the process of collaborating with undergraduate students to create On The Line (http://OnTheLine.trincoll.edu), an open-access digital history book with interactive maps and oral history videos.