At the conclusion of the Fall 2021 semester, we sat down with Diane Mermigas (Affiliated Faculty, Journalism Department) to discuss her transition back to teaching in-person, as well as just how transformative the pandemic has been for her courses and higher education on the whole.
What does Dungeons & Dragons have in common with course design? More than you’d think. Role-playing games like D&D involve a group of distractible adventurers telling a story together with the help of a “game moderator” (GM) who establishes the world, gives the party their […]
Wondering if you’re up to speed on all the latest Zoom features? Here’s our roundup of the best new features that have been added to Zoom since Spring 2020! If you need to, be sure to update your Zoom app to the most recent version before trying these out.
Last week, we sat down with Theodore “Regge” Life, Senior Distinguished Director-in-Residence, VMA to discuss his experiences with teaching during the pandemic over the last year.
Everyone seems to have a hill they will die on. A (sometimes) irrational fixation on something that will cause eye-rolling and heavy sighing among others when one starts to sound off and draw out the artillery to defend such hill. For me, that hill is […]
Online educational tools provide engaging environments for students with various needs. However, exploring new tools can be time-consuming for students without any advice on how to select the appropriate learning tools. It is better for instructors to provide the resources as much as they can […]
You may have heard the term UDL buzzing around lately in your education circles. It stands for Universal Design for Learning and is a guiding tenet for us here in ITG. The term Universal Design originated in the world of architecture. It emphasizes designing to […]