Important Information About Recording Your Classes: In order to facilitate the free exchange of ideas during lectures, if a faculty member intends to record their lecture with student participation, they must advise the students, via e-mail and at the beginning of the lecture, that the lecture, including their participation, is being recorded. Students should not be required to participate in the recorded conversation and should be encouraged to ask questions off-line. Further, the recorded lecture may be used by the faculty member and the registered students only for internal class purposes and only during the term in which the course is being offered. Faculty who have questions should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Consult the University policies for additional information on copyright.
Lorin Grieve, PharmD, will facilitate a Game Design workshop co-sponsored by the School of Pharmacy and the Teaching Center on Thursday, November 8. In this workshop, Dr. Grieve will explain the process of iterative game design with a focus on application to learning environments. Combining instructional design with game design can create experiences that enhance a learner’s knowledge or skills. Sign up via the Game Design workshop registration form.
CourseWeb/Blackboard classes taught between Fall 2013 and Summer 2016 (Terms 2141 through 2167) will be archived on May 7, 2018, by Educational Software Consulting. Please note that archived courses are retrievable by e-mail request. In this message, you will find important information about this process.