Research shows that meaningfully integrated interactions (student–content, student–student, and student–teacher) increase learning outcomes.
In this video, Faculty lead for Pedagogy James Brooks discusses the main differences between blended learning and the more traditional methods of delivery.
In this video Dan Jagger from the eLearning team shares how he used various technologies embedded in his Blackboard page to gather information and input from students to help him structure a synchronous session he recently delivered for the NAP program.
Microsoft Sway is an online authoring platform that can be used to produce web friendly content such as newsletters or presentations. The webpage gives and overview of the benefits of using Sway.