Jacob gives a presentation about Wordpress to class

TTAP Program Fall Highlights

Nov. 22, 2016

Student Fellows (SFs) working for the Teaching Technology Assistance Program (TTAP) were busy this fall semester helping Arts and Sciences faculty across campus. The TTAP program is a new initiative that was launched this fall, with the goal of enhancing the classroom experience for both faculty and students. The following...

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Dr. Anne Lester Integrates Wordpress & Google Maps in HIST 1800

Nov. 21, 2016

This month’s faculty spotlight celebrates Dr. Anne Lester’s work to innovate HIST 1800 - Introduction to Global History. Lester developed an opportunity for students to share what they are learning while also developing their technology skills with WordPress and Google Maps. WordPress is a web-based tool for creating websites and...

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Martin's Online Communities Promote Better In-Class Discussions in International Affairs Courses

May 24, 2016

Contributed by albyantoniazzi at Flickr Creative Commons. Dr. Jessica Martin wants to hear what her students think. Martin, CU Boulder Instructor of International Affairs, creates class Tumblr and Facebook pages for her students to build community and discuss current events relating to their courses--whether post-Cold War politics, the September 11...

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Knapczyk Implements Flipped Classroom in Hindi Course

April 4, 2016

Peter Knapczyk, a visiting Assistant Professor in the Asian Languages and Civilizations Department, completed the Fall 2015 ASSETT Teaching with Technology Seminar. He implemented the use of a flipped classroom by using Urdu video tutorials and online web assignments in order to teach the Urdu script without interrupting in-class time...