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How to navigate in-person, hybrid and remote classes

Aug. 28, 2020

As you continue to adjust to the new semester, you may be taking courses in different instructional modes. Here are a few tips to help you navigate your in-person, hybrid or remote courses.

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Testing and Assessment Center open, providing important updates

Aug. 25, 2020

The Testing and Assessment Center is open and committed to providing fast, accurate and secure exam grading. If you're an instructor or teaching faculty member, get updates on using this service.

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6 tips for navigating your first week of classes

Aug. 24, 2020

This fall, classes are going to be different. Your learning environments may change, but your academic expectations shouldn’t. Get tips to help you navigate your first week of the new semester.

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Center for Teaching & Learning plays critical role in campuswide academic instruction

Aug. 10, 2020

As CU Boulder faculty adapt to the ongoing challenges of teaching in the COVID-19 era, they can take heart that they are not alone. CU Boulder’s Center for Teaching & Learning is taking center stage as a teaching partner, offering an array of resources.

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Are you a history Buff and CU football fan?

Aug. 7, 2020

Hear from Rick George and Karl Dorrell on CU Athletics, and get media resources on CU football from the head of the University Libraries' archives, Megan Friedel.

A mask/microphone solution for instructors designed by initiative participants Daedalus Muse for instructors at CU Boulder.

Pivots this summer lead to new programming during COVID-19 pandemic

Aug. 5, 2020

The challenges of COVID-19 have inspired innovation among staff, faculty and students, leading to the development of two summer programs for 38 participating mechanical engineering students.

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Get ‘falling in love with landscapes and libraries’ media recommendations

July 29, 2020

To augment this week’s topic for CU Boulder Where You Are with Cassandra Brooks, Librarian Philip White has organized additional resources for viewers to explore online.

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The University Libraries offer media recommendations

July 17, 2020

Libraries subject specialist Kathia Ibacache offers media recommendations to support CU Boulder Where You Are—CU Dance: The Bridge, The Break and Belonging.

Tomoko Borsa, facility manager for the COSINC Characterization Facility, uses an instrument as the facility slowly resumes research activities.

‘Our team came out stronger:’ Instrumentation facility adapts to COVID-19

July 15, 2020

In the midst of a phased return to on-campus research and creative work, CU Engineering researchers share tips, tricks and takeaways as they navigate a new approach to research prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival at the Mary Rippon Theatre

COVID-19 break gives Shakespeare festival ‘more time to dream’

July 14, 2020

For more than 60 years, the festival has kept William Shakespeare’s language alive, sharing his famous (and not-so-famous) words with new generations of theater-goers. Though the festival won't happen in 2020, the tradition plans to continue in 2021 with a spiced-up performance schedule and dynamic cast.

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