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TFSC: “Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: Practical Teaching Ideas based on Research”

Jenna Cambria, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology in the Educational Statistics and Research Methods Program for the College of Education and Health Professions, gave a presentation titled, “Scholarship of Teaching & Learning: Practical Teaching...

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Faculty Spotlight: “Beyoncé and Black Feminism” – Designing and Developing Your Dream Course

Dr. Constance Bailey, Assistant Professor of English/African American Studies, gave a talk on her experiences with developing her course “Beyoncé and Black Feminism”  for the Department of English’s Pedagogy Lunch Series. During this talk Dr. Bailey...

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How to Receive Alerts from Blackboard Via Text Message

Sometimes it’s much more convenient to get your notifications on your phone instead of logging in to Blackboard on a computer. One way to do that is through text messages. These instructions will make it possible to receive text message alerts from Blackboard.

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Increasing Engagement through Innovative Course Activities

Trends in education and technology are changing the way instructors communicate with their online students. In this video, we showcase examples of U of A instructor-produced content that provide students with an engaging online learning experience.

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ProctorU Best Practices for Instructors

If exams in your course will be proctored using the online proctoring service ProctorU, an exam request form containing the Blackboard exam settings will need to be submitted.  Here you will find detailed instructions to guide you as well as contacts for additional help. 

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