Digital Teaching & Learning Resources 5/21/2020

May 21, 2020

In collaboration with the Learning Design & Technology group within the School of Education and Human Development, this weekly broadcast includes a list of recommended tools, media, and events for your discovery. Recommended read A New Pedagogy is Emerging… / Contact North watch What Faculty can learn from YouTubers /...

Facilitating Online Teaching

May 14, 2020

Cassandra Howard, MS, from the department of Bioengineering at the Anschutz Medical Campus has been working with numerous other Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering instructors and professors around the world to develop an incredibly helpful document for facilitating online teaching in BIOE and BME. Although this is focused in that context,...

Getting up to Speed on Digital Pedagogy

May 14, 2020

Please see the below resources to help you explore digital pedagogy. Concepts (article) Critical Digital Pedagogy: a Definition (video) Participatory Culture (chapter) Learning is not a Mechanism (chapter) On Presence, Video Lectures, and Critical Pedagogy Practices (resource hub) Open Pedagogy Notebook (course) INTE5340 Digital Storytelling & Learning (course) ANTH101 Anthropology...

Summary of Online Assessment & Best Practices

May 13, 2020

This paper was developed through a collaboration between the School of Education and Human Development and the College of Engineering, Design and Computing at CU Denver to assess and summarize online assessment, best practices, and how educators at CU Denver can address the issue. Please click the button below to...

Map of Realtime United States COVID-19 Cases by County

April 27, 2020

Map of realtime COVID-19 cases in the United States by county from Johns Hopkins University. A link to a mobile friendly version of the COVID-19 dashboard is included.

Zoom 90-Day Security Plan Progress

April 24, 2020

As many of you are aware, Zoom has been under scrutiny in the media recently due to security vulnerabilities and privacy practices. Zoom has been responding quickly and efficiently, correcting vulnerabilities and "buttoning down the hatches" to better protect their over 300 million daily meeting participants. Zoom released an update...

Animated Map of COVID-19 in the United States: March 2 to April 18, 2020

April 22, 2020

This is an animated map of COVID-19 in the United States by county from March 2nd to April 18, 2020. It was created by Peter Anthamatten , Associate Professor and Chair of the CU Denver Geography and Environmental Sciences department. The map shows the cumulative rate of confirmed cases by...

For Students: Spring and Summer Tuition and Fees

April 16, 2020

Updated information about tuition and fees for the 2020 spring and summer terms from CU Denver. For summer 2020 CU Denver will be covering the costs of several fees for students.

Zoom and Cybersecurity Must-Knows

April 8, 2020

Over the past week, universities across the country including ours, have been invaded by Zoombombing – uninvited participants harassing students, faculty and staff during classes and meetings. The issue has been so alarming, that the FBI is investigating these incidents and recommends exercising due diligence . Here's what we want...

Accessibility: Auto Captioning in TechSmith Relay

April 7, 2020

Teaching online is a challenging task for most of us. We all have resources available to provide better quality instruction to our students. In this blog I will talk about what is TechSmith Relay's Auto Captioning , a feature that will generate captions to your uploaded video, and share my...