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Collecting Feedback from Students

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Research suggests that collecting regular feedback from students is one of the most important tools we have in our toolkit to improve student learning in our classrooms [1,2]. This feedback is ...

Leveraging Text-to-Speech and Screen Reading Tools

This post is co-authored by Anita McCauley in the Center for the Advancement of Teaching; Eudora Struble and Jonathan Milam in Information System’s Office of Technology Accessibility; and Amy ...

Teaching in a Physically Distanced Classroom

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There’s understandably been a lot of discussion about teaching in an online setting since the pandemic forced us all online in March. But the physical classroom will also be quite different ...

Mask Recommendations and Tips for Teaching in a Mask

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Wake Forest School of Law professor Brenda Gibson teaches new first year students in her Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research class.


Many of you are heading back into the classroom next week ...

This Week in Faculty Support for Fall 2020 Teaching

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The Faculty Commons team, along with our partners, have a wide set of programs this summer to help you prepare for teaching during a pandemic. We are summarizing upcoming events once a week ...

Digital Pedagogy Ideas from The Once and Future Classroom

Carrie Johnston, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Gale Sigal, Department of English

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The Once and Future Classroom is an online, peer-reviewed journal published by the Teaching Association for Medieval ...

Who Owns Course Materials: Courses & Copyright Conundrums

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“Do I own my course materials? Does the university? Who owns my course materials?!”

I get questions about course materials ownership somewhat often, and more so now that we are preparing to ...

Sharing Readings & PDFs Online: Courses & Copyright Conundrums

This edition of the Courses & Copyright Conundrums blog series is a collaborative piece from Kyle Denlinger, Digital Pedagogy & Open Education Librarian, and Molly Keener, Director of Digital ...

Personal Reflections on Course Modality

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At the end of this week, Wake Forest faculty will be making decisions about their preferred course modality for Fall 2020. As we approach the deadline for decisions, I decided to share some ...

Teaching Films Online: Courses & Copyright Conundrums

This is the first post in a new blog series, Courses & Copyright Conundrums, to address common questions about teaching and copyright. Posts will appear on ZSR and CAT blogs. For additional ...

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