Spotlights from 2020
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Julia Lupton, professor of English, created an interactive, online version of ENG 9 - "Shakespeare." Kyle Grady (English) contributed four short lectures on Othello to E9: Shakespeare.
Here's some practical advice for thinking about adapting existing classes to online delivery from Elizabeth Pollard, Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence at San Diego State University.
Thanks to Laura Mitchell, Director of Pedagogical Development in the School of Humanities, for sharing this.
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Laura Mitchell offers her insights.
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Let's say that better integration of lectures and discussion sections was already on your radar. Maybe even on your pre-coronavirus agenda for Spring. What now?
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As if it weren't enough that university leadership keeps banging on about making our large "lecture" classes more about active learning, now we have to take them online. Immediately. What are your options?
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There's nothing like a crisis to focus the mind. In the context of an abrupt transition to online classes, let's focus on goals for your students. What's the single most important thing a student should be able to do in June, having taken your class?
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We are living through extraordinary and stressful times. As UCI transitions to remote teaching and learning, the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) is offering webinars and virtual assistance office hours. Please also see the Humanities Center Facebook page for additional resources.
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