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September 17, 2019
It’s not a dumb question. We promise.

“I’m sure this is something really easy, but . . . “

“This is such a dumb question, I know . . .”

“I know I’m doing something wrong . . .”

So many calls and emails to the Office of eLearning start off this way, especially at the beginning of the semester when everything is an overwhelming overflow of information.

September 08, 2019
What Do Your Students Really Think About Their Learning?

SET reports can help with plans for future semesters, but how about for fall 2019?  How can we know what our students think about their learning now?

August 16, 2019
New Faculty + New Space + New Event = Success
In mid-August, 22 new faculty from every academic unit gathered for two days in the newly updated Collab and Scholars’ Commons of Roesch Library for the inaugural New Faculty Teaching Institute.
June 28, 2019
Isidore’s Green Dot: Creative ways to make a difference through technology
The Division of Student Development works tirelessly to make the Green Dot message ubiquitous throughout our campus - but there was one non-traditional spot not yet canvased: UD’s Learning Management System, Isidore. The fact that Isidore is self-hosted open source software means that local UD developers can build in new functionality and customize the environment to best-fit campus needs
May 17, 2019
LTC at Night
Most academic offices close at 4:30 pm, but the LTC is open until midnight during the school year.  So what goes on in the LTC at night?
May 07, 2019
New Service Award Presented Along with Scholarship, Teaching
Four faculty were recognized at the May 3 Faculty Meeting for their outstanding scholarship, teaching, and service.
April 22, 2019
Spring Common Academic Program Events to Promote Learning
The CAP Office has been busy with a variety of events for students, faculty, and staff to help promote learning on our campus.
April 16, 2019
Come Discuss Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Automation
Beyond the hype associated with any new technology, it is clear that society will be broadly impacted by artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and automation (robots and self-driven vehicles).  Educators must be especially mindful of these AI technologies, as we prepare current and future generations for a rapidly evolving employment landscape. 
April 15, 2019
Teaching Fellows Wraps Up 2018-19
The 2018-19 cohort of Teaching Fellows was smaller than usual, with 13 participants, but the group facilitated sessions on a broad array of topics including classroom management, teaching with technology,  and inclusive teaching.
March 18, 2019
Exploring the Life, Works and Legacy of Paul Laurence Dunbar
Join us for a lively series of meetings to learn about Paul Laurence Dunbar’s life and works