Ruth Huard, Associate Director of eCampus, and Jeff Gaines, Lecturer in Management Information Systems, at San Jose State will discuss the campus’s decision-making process and experience migrating to the Desire2Learn LMS. — What did they learn from faculty, staff, and students? — How did they share the process — and the decision — with the… Read more »
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At a glance changes according to Google: Higher fidelity document import It should be easy to move files saved on your computer to the cloud, so we made our document upload feature much stronger. Imported documents keep their original structure more accurately, so you can spend less time adjusting files you move to the cloud…. Read more »
by Lori Beth Way At CSU, Chico, Criminal Justice faculty and student majors are all members of the Vista CJ Community. The main purpose of the community is to foster communication between faculty and students. Specifically, there is a great deal of resource information that students can find on the community site. Majors can find… Read more »
CSU, Chico has a goal of making all course syllabi “accessible” this fall, in accordance with the Chancellor’s Office Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI). What does this mean for faculty? If a syllabus is “accessible,” it is in an electronic format such as Word, a Web page, or Acrobat PDF that makes it usable, readable, and… Read more »
The California State University’s Institute for Teaching & Learning has released the Summer 2008 issue of Connections, the fourth issue of their newsletter. Read the newsletter here: http://www.calstate.edu/itl/newsletter/ In this issue: Sonoma State’s Universal Design for Learning efforts, information about the multi-campus Discipline Research Project, teaching tips based on the Primacy Effect, and more.