Blend@UW News

Blend@UW Introduces Spring Break Session

Wed November 14, 2018

Since 2013, Blend@UW has helped over 350 instructors design blended and technology-enabled courses that foster deeper, more active learning for students. In that time, the program has evolved based on participants’ feedback to better serve instructors. Improvements have included condensing the schedule, providing more information on technology-enabled elements, and offering sessions in the winter and…

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6 Ways DoIT Academic Technology Helps Instructors

Fri September 8, 2017

DoIT Academic Technology (DoIT AT) advances the University’s mission, strategic priorities and the Wisconsin Idea by wisely applying technology to the ever evolving academic environment. Many of our services are tailored to help instructors strategize, design, develop and integrate technologies to improve learning outcomes. This video provides an overview of DoIT AT and the below…

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#YouAtUW Highlights DoIT AT’s Support for the Student Experience

Fri September 1, 2017

Darby Hoffman from the Center for the First-Year Experience (CFYE), a partner DoIT Academic Technology collaborates with frequently, recently interviewed our team members for the post “How UW-Madison ‘[Reinvents] the First-Year Experience’” on the #YouAtUW student blog. Along with DoIT AT’s work, the post describes the numerous ways UW-Madison is already making strides in accomplishing…

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SLTC Presents on Curricular Transformations at OLC Innovate

Tue May 16, 2017

One of the goals of our Strategic Learning Technology Consulting (SLTC) service is to share best practices and approaches to curricular transformation with local, regional national audiences. In an attempt to further disseminate our methods and techniques, our team members, Blaire Bundy and Ron Cramer, recently led an interactive conference session at Online Learning Consortium…

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Blend@UW Accepting Applications for Summer Sessions

Wed March 22, 2017

The benefits of blended learning extend to students, instructors, and the entire university. A recent Blend@UW participant noted: “By blending [my course], I have carved out time to work with my students to understand how I want them to think about the material, and we have meaningful discussions wherein the are creating their own understanding.”…

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