Sign up for your Reacting Consortium Library Membership!

April 21, 2021

In Spring 2021, ASSETT’s Student Success Innovation Incubator team purchased an Institutional membership to the Reacting Consortium . With this membership, ALL CU Boulder faculty and staff have full access to the Reacting Consortium Library, expanded Instructor materials for published games, student and Instructor materials for 30+ games in development,...

Don’t miss the final spring 2021 Gamification Community of Practice session this May!

April 21, 2021

Kae Novak On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, the ASSETT Innovation Incubator Student Success team will host instructional designer, immersive environment researcher and gamer, Kae Novak, to present on Creating an ARG (Alternate Reality Game) for your classroom. From escape rooms to solving mysteries, ARGs bring fun and levity to learning...

Call for Faculty Beta Testers for an Exam Reflection Canvas Module

April 21, 2021

This summer, the ASSETT Innovation Incubator Metacognition + Well-Being team will beta-test a pilot Canvas module on exam preparation and test-taking strategies. While current testing is focused on the student experience, including their perceptions of the value and relevance of the module content, the team needs to gather faculty perspectives...

ASSETT Innovation Incubator Participants Recognized with Awards

April 21, 2021

Please join ASSETT in celebrating three members of the Innovation Incubator who were recently recognized for their positive contributions to our campus community! CAMPP (Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing members Nikki Jobin (Sewall RAP) and Beth Osnes (Theatre and Dance) were each selected for a CU Boulder 2021 Open...

New Interdisciplinary Data Science for All course!

April 21, 2021

The ASSETT Innovation Incubator Inclusive Data Science team’s new Interdisciplinary Data Science for All course (AHUM 1825) is open for enrollment for fall 2021! AHUM 1825 is a hands-on course designed to teach students the basics of computational inquiry while also developing a critical understanding of the assumptions, risks, and...

Checking in with the STCs: April 2021

April 20, 2021

By Matara Hitchcock Since February, the Student Technology Consultants have been hard at work implementing our student-centered projects, like the STC book club and media content, and faculty-centered projects, like direct consultations and media content. Our new members have really been hitting their stride, and I’m so proud of all...

Graduating members of Team ASSETT

April 20, 2021

Matara Hitchcock Congratulations to Matara Hitchcock for earning a dual MA/MBA masters degree through CU's Department of Theatre & Dance and the Leeds School of Business. For the past year, Matara has been the manager for the Student Technology Consultants (STC) and played a vital role in overseeing the daily...

Academic Technology Survey Preliminary Results

April 20, 2021

Our team, with the help of our graduate assistants Michael Schneider and Matara Hitchcock, is well underway analyzing and preparing visualizations from ASSETT’s 2021 Academic Technology survey. We received responses from 1,006 undergraduates for the student version of the survey (for a 18.7% response rate), and 1,176 responses for the...

Letter from the Advisor - April 2021

April 20, 2021

Make Grading Fun Again: Grading Green Fashion Whereas grading can often seem an arduous task, I was actually excited to grade this assignment this new assignment for sustainable fashion. This semester I, along with co-instructor Max Boykoff and TA Patrick Chandler, created a new pedagogical tool for exploring sustainable fashion...

Active Learning Insights from the ASSETT Innovation Incubator EMERGE Podcast

April 7, 2021

Photo by @fpvmat via Unsplash Welcome to the EMERGE podcast series brought to you by the ASSETT Innovation Incubator! This series shares insights from faculty, staff, and student collaborations that improve the undergraduate learning experience in the College of Arts & Sciences. Learn about projects focused in metacognition and wellbeing,...

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