Blended Learning Fellowship Program News

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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Blended Learning Leaders Receive Campus Teaching Awards

Mon March 6, 2017

We are proud to announce that two alumni and a current member of our Faculty Engagement’s blended learning programs have been awarded campus teaching awards. Stephen Quintana, a professor with the School of Education’s Counseling Psychology department, was awarded the Chancellor’s Inclusive Excellence Award. An alumni of our first Blend@UW session in 2013, Quintana was…

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Active Learning in the Classroom Returns

Wed January 25, 2017

Based on positive feedback, Faculty Engagement’s Active Learning in the Classroom series returns this February to support UW-Madison’s focus on pervasive active learning that improves the student experience on campus. One hundred percent of last semester’s participants said they would recommend it to others and that the series met or exceeded their expectations. Don’t miss…

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Blended Learning Initiatives Report Released

Thu October 13, 2016

Just released, the Blended Learning Initiatives 2015-2016 Report shows the reach and impact of the following UW-Madison blended learning programs sponsored by DoIT Academic Technology and Educational Innovation: Blend@UW Course Design Program, Blended Learning Fellowship Program, and Blended Learning Toolkit.  Download the full report as a PDF. Overall, the report shows that more faculty and…

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Facilitating Active Learning in the Classroom

Mon September 26, 2016

UW-Madison’s Educational Innovation is focused on enabling pervasive active learning to improve the student experience on campus. DoIT Academic Technology’s Faculty Engagement service presents the Active Learning in the Classroom series to support these efforts. The series will provide instructors approaches that can: Be implemented easily into courses without extensive course redesign Encourage active dialogue…

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