Yellowdig for Language LearningOngoing
For a number of years, Romance Studies and World Languages faculty have striven to implement the most innovative and effective language programs in the country. Huge strides have been made with support from Boston University College of Arts & Sciences, the Geddes Language Center, Center for Teaching & Learning and Educational Technology. Collectively, faculty have […]
The software tool, RANDOM ACTOR, is a new application for design in the theatre, with its specific demands around narrative, and with the capability for real time design with an intuitive user interface eliminating the need for designers to write code.
The PhD Progression pilot project created an online digital-badge tracking platform for BU doctoral students to track their development of skills and their achievement of learning goals connected to program-identified core capacities.
The Network for Professional EducationOngoing
The Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) launched The Network for Professional Education (The Network) to provide professionals and organizations working in health and social services with high-quality training opportunities. Within The Network, The Trainers Hub leverages BU’s talented alumni to extend training and consultation services across the country.
Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Certificate Using an Alumni Mentoring ApproachOngoing
The Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Certificate Using an Alumni Mentoring Approach project is a collaboration between the College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College (Sargent College) and the School of Social Work (SSW) to deliver a non-credit online certificate to increase healthcare professionals’ skills and knowledge in interprofessional leadership.
Using VR to Address Social Determinants of HealthOngoing
The project team will study if creating a VR interdisciplinary learning environment in which students can collaboratively grapple with virtual scenarios will both enhance their understanding of Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) and associated Health Related Social Needs (HRSNs), as well as promote their ability to engage in collaborative problem solving with diverse health care professionals.
School of Theology Lifelong LearningOngoing
The Boston University School of Theology (STH) project consolidated its current online lifelong learning resources and opportunities and expanded into two new arenas: mini-courses for alums and other faith-based leaders, and spiritual growth groups.
Tutoring Writing in the DisciplinesOngoing
This project, which requires a subscription to the WCONLINE platform, facilitates face-to-face and online peer tutoring opportunities for student writers in the disciplines and enables the collection of data on appointments, student users, and session notes.