Teaching and Learning
UB op-ed: How to move from digital literacy to digital fluency
If you work in higher education, you have likely heard the term “digital literacy.” But are basic literacy skills enough to equip students to thrive in today’s world?Jennifer Sparrow, associate vice president of Teaching and Learning with Technology at The Pennsylvania State University, believes we need to help students move beyond digital literacy to achieve digital fluency.
How to collaborate to create active-learning classrooms on campus
Presenters at this year’s UBTech® conference covered a range of flexible-space strategies, from informal learning spaces to collaborative classroom redesign to professional development that steers instructors toward new teaching approaches.