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Faculty request, OIT delivers Classroom Capture expansion pilot

Aug. 16, 2018

During the fall 2018 and spring 2019 semesters, all courses and education-based events that support the academic mission of the university will be eligible for Classroom Capture.

Seen through a magnifying glass, CU Boulder Nobel Laureate and physics professor Eric Cornell teaches a lesson on lenses

Making teaching and learning visible

Aug. 13, 2018

Faculty are making their pedagogy, course development processes, challenges and insights more visible and accessible. Learn more about the initiative online and at upcoming events.

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Consider 'course reserves' for your class

Aug. 2, 2018

Course reserves make texts, physical materials, media—anything needed by students for success in your class—equally available. Items can be held at any University Libraries branch.

Lindsay Scott with a dog at Boulder's Humane Society

Pushing Boundaries: Certificate can lead to career serving animals

July 19, 2018

The new Animals and Society Certificate is for students wanting careers related to wild or domesticated animals, but who are not necessarily interested in becoming biologists, zoologists or veterinarians.

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Deadline approaching: Propose a course for the CU space minor

July 12, 2018

Faculty and staff are invited to complete a course proposal for the university's Grand Challenge space minor, due by noon July 27. After which, several will be selected for funding.

Students pose for photo in Chile with Buff flag

Faculty: Develop a Global Intensive and take your students abroad

July 9, 2018

Incorporating a Global Intensive in your course is an extraordinary opportunity for students to learn in a real-life context while still getting a first-class CU Boulder education. Learn more.

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1 year, 228 papers: CU Boulder among top 10 institutions globally in Earth and environmental sciences

June 14, 2018

CU Boulder ranked ninth in publishing Earth and environmental science and 50th for science overall, according to Nature Index.

Students studying in Norlin Quad at CU Boulder.

Earn credit this summer from anywhere

May 31, 2018

Whether you plan to be home, stay in Boulder, work, intern, or travel, you can still register for summer classes and earn credit toward your degree. CU Summer Session has hundreds of online and on-campus classes available for enrollment during five remaining sessions between June 4 and Aug. 6.

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Pushing Boundaries: Pocket Studios a modern alternative to backyard sheds

May 29, 2018

The backyard shed is getting a modern upgrade thanks to the innovative ideas of a group of CU Boulder students. Using modern design ideas and trends in working behavior, the team is creating environments that enhance personal, professional and creative productivity to achieve a better work/life balance.

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Get to know Canvas

May 15, 2018

In the fall, instructors were able to develop courses in Canvas. This spring, students began using the new learning management system, which was selected for its ease and mobile friendliness.

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