Since our launch last May, the Digital Learning website has strived to bring you stories the best stories of educational innovation across Northwestern. Check out the video below to catch up on what you might’ve missed:
More on the stories from the video:
Luther and the West focuses on the work of Martin Luther and explores the ways that Luther’s message still has meaning and resonates with contemporary Western society. Enroll in the course.
The Panel on Active Learning Spaces provided faculty and staff with an opportunity to hear from colleagues and experts who have used active learning spaces on campus in innovative ways. See the upcoming events.
The Lightboard allows an instructor to create video lectures and directly interact with handwritten notes and diagrams while facing the camera. Schedule the studio.
Northwestern’s annual celebration of our growing educational technology community of practice and its innovations across campus. Register to attend.
Students in Teri Odom’s Freshman Seminar on nanoscience are required to present their learning as a multimedia project.
Todd Murphey innovated his curriculum by both introducing simple programmable robots to implement optimal control techniques and by moving the physical location of the class to The Garage.
Candy Lee collaborated with Northwestern IT and the Library to develop a game whose goal is to increase geography knowledge. Play it on the Daily Northwestern.