Professors Ali AbdulHussein and Bahman Naderi are developing content for a course in data analytics.
A free course for University of Windsor faculty, staff, and graduate student instructors to develop their online teaching skills starts Monday.
The campus community is invited to sit in on a presentation Thursday on a new tool to create, share, and discover content in H5P.
The Community of Practice session Friday will see a call for proposals for grants to support work across the open, online, and technology-enhanced teaching continuum.
A Community of Practice event organized by the Office of Open Learning promises the Scandinavian comforts of winter on Friday, Nov. 22.
A free, voluntary program has trained student leaders support their peers toward academic success.
Two members of the UWindsor faculty will be among the presenters at a conference on teaching and learning in the digital age, Oct. 8 to 10 in Toronto.
A free online course explores non-traditional pedagogies and emerging technologies for teaching and learning.
A new book club will discuss a guide to systemic change in higher education through Indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation.