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Blog 190

Blog 190

Teaching and Learning Research in Action An Interview with Dr. Alice Kim In our final blog post of the Fall semester, Dr . Alice Kim discusses the not-for-profit organization she founded -- Teaching and Learning Research in Action. Watch the interview below or on YouTube. Check out the Teaching and Learning Research in Action website […]

Blog 189

Blog 189

LinkedIn Learning at YorkU By Brian Nairn This week's blog post highlights LinkedIn Learning at York University. Watch the short video below for a brief overview of how to access LinkedIn Learning and to get a glimpse of the different types of learning opportunities. Check out the LinkedIn Learning Course Collection file underneath the video […]

Blog 188

Blog 188

Making Small Changes To My Course - Part 2: H5P Interactions By Natasha May Hello, it’s me again, Natasha May, back for part 2 of the blog post from a previous week, “Making Small Changes to My Course - Part 1: An Alternative Assessment.”  As you may know from my previous post, over the summer […]

Blog 187

Blog 187

Experimenting with Ungrading By Valérie Florentin Ungrading? For those of you who might not be familiar with the term, let me give you a bit of context. Ungrading has been around for years but has recently gained some traction and instead of being something done in secret, it’s finally being openly discussed. Basically, it’s a […]

Blog 186

Blog 186

Conducting Remote Research Interviews to Explore Student Learning By Ameera Ali For anyone who is familiar with conducting research, the above graphic may seem relatable at times when one reflects on the process of research. In this blog post, I briefly touch upon one of the more under-emphasized areas of the above image: the ‘how’ […]

Blog 185

Blog 185

Encourage Your Students to Apply to the Upcoming Experiential Education Symposium By Lisa Endersby & Sophie Bury Join Lisa Endersby (Educational Developer & Acting Director of the YU Experience Hub) and Sophie Bury (Director of Learning Commons and Reference Services) as they promote the upcoming Experiential Education Symposium. You can watch the video below, or […]

Blog 184

Blog 184

Making Small Changes To My Course - Part 1: An Alternative Assessment By Natasha May In Part 1 of this 2-Part audio post, Course Director Natasha May shares her experience with an alternative assessment she tried during her course in the Summer 2021 semester. You can listen to the recording below or on YouTube directly. […]

Blog 183

Blog 183

20+ Tools for TAs Teaching Virtually By Maria Romios Throughout the pandemic teaching online has become the new norm. As Teaching Assistants (TAs), we are given varying degrees of freedom from Course Directors (CDs) regarding what we should cover and what tools we can use in tutorials. This blog post is intended to provide TAs […]

Blog 182

Blog 182

Globally Networked Learning Experiences (GNLE) Expands Student Engagement By James C. Simeon Globally Networked Learning (GNL) is a collaborative method of teaching and research that allows students and their instructors, and researchers, in different locations across the globe, be able to learn and create knowledge by working together using digital communications technologies[1]. Globally Networked Learning […]

Blog 181

Blog 181

Assistive Technology Information Guide By Raymond Peart & Rob Racanelli The following document highlights some critical technologies used by students registered with Student Accessibility Services at York University. These technologies often refer to devices or services used to increase, maintain, or improve the capabilities of a student with a disability or accessibility need, and can […]