Engaging Students by Design
Designing learning experiences with quality and accessibility in mind requires us to step back in order to move forward. Pausing to rethink old paradigms will allow us to lean in to innovation. The glittering temptation of the emerging space of digital learning environments offers inspiration, and new tools provide new possibilities, but not without the anchors of learning science, flexible learning spaces, and a student-centered focus.
Student Engagement in the Next Chapter
Improved Student Engagement in Higher Education’s Next Normal
As we begin to write the next chapter for higher education, we need learning design experts to break through old paradigms and rethink pedagogy, assessment, and delivery. Innovative teaching adaptations are also essential to improving student engagement.
Redefining “Campus”: Integrating Place-Based and Virtual Spaces
Learning Space Rating System
We are finding out how to integrate place-based and virtual spaces for learning, expanding on the idea of the Next Generation Digital Learning Environment. Flexibility for students and faculty can be optimized by the strategic combination of digital tools and classroom spaces.
Learning to Listen: What Do Students Want?
Student Online Learning
Some students are thriving in online settings, while others crave physical interaction and the face-to-face experience. Higher education leaders must listen to students’ wants and needs and deliver on a new value proposition.
Community and Partners
- Learning Lab: Facilitating Equitable and Inclusive Student Learning Online
- Learning Technology Leaders Institute
Reports and Articles
- Infographic: Student online learning and connectivity
- 7 Things You Should Know About Teaching and Learning with Video
- 2020 Student Technology Study, Technology Use and Environmental Preferences
- The Power of Asynchronous Video
- Leveraging Mobile Technology to Achieve Teaching Goals
- Community Conversations: Shannon Dunn on Student Engagement with EDUCAUSE President and CEO, John O'Brien
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