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Lecture Tools

Lecture Tools is a newly licensed polling/Q&A/classroom interaction tool at Dartmouth. It enables student-content, student-student, and student-instructor interaction and feedback. Faculty can use it for prior to class activities, during class activities like polling, open-ended answer or Q&A, or after class

Posted in Active Learning, Blog, Discussing, Giving Feedback, Polling

Reflection: Flipped Course Design 101 workshop

by Adrienne Gauthier with content provided by workshop participants Last week we had a well attended and fully engaged workshop on flipped course design. Thank you to all the faculty and staff who attended and brainstormed challenges, opportunities, and sample

Posted in Active Learning, Blended Learning, Blog, Ed Tech, Instructional Strategies

Intro to WordPress


June 14th 2013 10:00am-11:30am Starr Instructional Center, Baker/Berry Library -or- June 17th 2013 2:00pm-3:30pm Starr/Instructional Center, Baker/Berry Library Want to blog or create your own website? Want your students to blog, share ideas, or create a knowledge-base website? Join us for

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Flipped Classroom 101


“Flipped Course Design 101″

Posted in Blended Learning, Blog, Events

Teaching with Technology: Blackboard, Canvas Options for Learning Management


Originally posted in INTERFACE on June 5th, 2013, by Liz Kelsey Learning management systems (LMS) have become a critical teaching and learning tool on most university campuses, and draw much publicity in the higher education sector. Dartmouth is no different—we

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Posted in 2013 Projects, Blog, LMS, Sciences, Thayer School of Engineering