Our Amazing Colleagues!

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With the help of a talented videographer and some modern tools like the Learning Glass, you can create engaging video content for your students. It is as easy emailing Marc with the Academic and Collaborative Technologies team (Formerly Digital Learning & Innovation) and setting up a date. The work below…

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Epiphanies with Mike Caulfield

Fireside Guest – Mike Caulfield Research Scientist, Center for an Informed Public at University of Washington Before joining the iSchool in his current position he was the Director of Blended and Networked Learning at Washington State University, Vancouver. He has focused on misinformation and disinformation as created some amazing open…

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Epiphanies with Alyson Indrunas

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Fireside Guest – Alyson Indrunas Executive Director of Teaching & Learning, Continuous Improvement at Lumen Learning Before joining the team at Lumen seven years ago, Alyson was the Director of eLearning and Instructional Design at Everett Community College. Living in Bellingham, Alyson is our first guest from the state of…

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2022 Connected Learning Summit

There were many interesting sessions but I will focus on a few ideas and organizations that were novel or changed my perspective, or may be resources we can use. 1. Twin pandemics: COVID and mental health. Supporting students has supported communities. Developing tools, including online tools, that had been underutilized…

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Epiphanies with Terry Greene

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Fireside Guest: Terry Greene Anyone who describes reuse of their material like this gets all my votes: “You can reuse any content published here as long as you give me cred, especially street cred if you know how to do that. I don’t.” Terry has created some truly remarkable places…

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A New Lending Library

We are excited to share some books. Literally! Our learning community purchased some books for our faculty to share. Several are by Claire Major, an educator and author we spend some time with last month. The books are here in the Digital Learning office space in LBA – 204 and…

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Humanizing Teaching

Learning Community members Sarita Shukla and Becca Price, along with their colleagues Elli Theobald and Joel Abraham, talked about a recent paper of theirs at the UW Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium this week. The talk, entitled Asset-based teaching: Humanizing teaching by moving away from an achievement gap discourse,…

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Epiphanies with Claire Major Howell

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Our Fireside Guest: Claire Howell Major Claire will be sharing a story about how she leveraged a huge network of educators to collaborate and write one of her books, Teaching Online. What might the implications be for us as educators? In our classes? In our learning community?  Claire has been…

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Epiphanies and Jim Groom’s EDUGLU

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Epiphanies from the Field, March 4th 2022 Fireside Guest – Jim Groom In academia, Jim was a part time faculty and director of the Teaching and Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington. While there, he founded the Domain of One’s Own project adopted by a number of universities and…

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