Changes on the Horizon

The LIT Advisory Committee is hard at work! Several working groups are focused on fine tuning our academic technology toolkit going into the next fiscal budget cycle. Here are a few updates. Video at Wentworth: The group assessed several vendors and are selecting a few to come to campus for demonstrations. This work is informed […]

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Faculty Midterm LIT Drop-In Support

Hard to believe it’s Spring midterm time! LIT is holding drop-in sessions to assist faculty with using Blackboard to send grades to Banner. As always, we are also happy to answer any other pedagogy, Blackboard or instructional technology related questions, as well as meet with faculty individually and visit any department meetings on request. To get hands-on assistance, […]

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Faculty Request to Showcase on March 15th, 2018

Faculty Showcase: Teaching, Learning & Scholarship! March 15, 2018 Request to Showcase Faculty are the hallmark of Wentworth Institute of Technology. To celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of our faculty, the Provost Office and Learning Innovation & Technology invite faculty to Showcase their work on March 15th, 2018. Faculty who participate in Professorships and Sabbatical are […]

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LIT Advisory Working Groups

The LIT Advisory Committee is busy working on several projects through smaller working groups: Video at Wentworth: assessing vendors and tools to meet faculty and student needs Plagiarism Detection/Education: assessing tools On-Demand Videos: recommending either Lynda.com or Atomic Learning (Hoonuit) for renewal in 2018/9 budget cycle Faculty Showcase: March 15, 2018 showcase on teaching, learning and […]

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Tidbits from Small Teaching

Jim Lang shared small, powerful changes you can make in your teaching that are grounded in learning sciences during a lunch and workshop (in person and virtual) on November 16th at Wentworth. Access a recording of the “Small Teaching Workshop” and take a brief feedback survey to share your feedback and ideas for future topics and […]

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