A review committee invites responses to a survey on the University’s learning management system.
Professors Ali AbdulHussein and Bahman Naderi are developing content for a course in data analytics.
The University of Windsor will receive $1.5 million in grants through the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities’ Virtual Learning Strategy.
A May 19 online drop-in session will provide an opportunity for instructors to discuss options for hybrid flexible teaching in the fall term.
A March 23 workshop will explore the importance of universal design in making online learning accessible.
Applications are now open for $50 million in provincial funding to support virtual learning projects.
The Insights into Learning Online video series highlights the inspiring opportunities afforded by the digital teaching space.
When COVID-19 forced Universities around the world to shift to a fully virtual setting, the University of Windsor turned to students to make this pivot on campus possible.
This summer, 41 students across all academic disciplines were hired to assist in the Office of Open Learning; the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL); and the Student Success and Leadership Centre.
Together, these diverse and cross-disciplinary teams played a key role in the University’s transition to online classes, online academic support, and much more.