Learning Analytics: Instructor Perspectives on Course-Level Canvas Analytics

10-11am, Union South (TITU)

Are you wondering what data you can see about your students in Canvas? Do you know where to view course-level analytics in Canvas? Have you found Canvas Context Cards where you can view a snapshot of a student’s recent activity? Are you wondering how you can use analytics in Canvas?

Join us for a discussion with three instructors as they share ideas and perspectives ...

EI Brown Bag - Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Personalization

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
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What does learning science research tell us about personalized learning? How can emerging learning technology (e.g., learning analytics) enhance instruction and help students manage their own learning? This session will highlight current findings from two UW-Madison projects – one doing research on the regional and national movement toward personalized learning, the other focused on learning analytics – and ...

Learning Analytics: Using Pattern to Log Course Activities

Noon-1:15pm, Union South (TITU)

Do you wonder how much time students invest in various course activities? If they are focusing on the most important activities to help them succeed in your course? Or, how you can encourage students to be more reflective about their learning.

Pattern is a tool that has been used by students and instructors to help answer these questions and more. Join us for a ...

EI Brown Bag - Creating and Sustaining High-Demand, Revenue-Generating (131) Programs

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
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Learn how to identify, create and sustain successful, high-demand programs for new student audiences at UW-Madison. Growth of high-demand programs designed for non-traditional audiences allows you to:

  • diversify your department’s academic program portfolio
  • attract and serve new audiences of students
  • strengthen Wisconsin’s workforce in a knowledge economy
  • experiment with alternative teaching and learning approaches
  • diversify revenue streams in an ...

EI Brown Bag - Engage eText Pilot to Explore More Affordable Option for Course Materials

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
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eTexts and other digital course materials are becoming more and more available to students at a fraction of the cost of printed materials. With endorsement from Associated Students of Madison (ASM), the EI Initiative, in partnership with the Office of the Provost, Office of the Registrar and DoIT AT, will lead an eTexts pilot starting in spring 2018 and likely ...

EI Brown Bag - Diverse Perspectives on Creating a Dynamic Summer Online Experience

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
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Join us to learn about creating a thriving summer online course or program through three unique perspectives. Hear from an academic dean about establishing online course development as a school/college priority; a faculty member about their experiences with teaching and facilitating online; and an instructional designer on innovative design and emerging technologies to increase online engagement.
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Dr. Linda Nilson Presents "Self-Regulated Learning: Active Learning on the Inside"

10-11:30am, Union South, Northwoods Room
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Most students have serious misconceptions about learning, especially about the amount of effort and focus it should require of them and your role in their learning process. One way to dispel these misconceptions is to teach your students how to become self-regulated learners. Self-regulated learning is a key learning skill that few students know about. Research tells us that instructors ...

EI Brown Bag - Creating and Sustaining High-Demand 131 Programs

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
Register now
Learn how to identify, create and sustain successful, high-demand programs for new student audiences at UW-Madison. Growth of high-demand programs designed for non-traditional audiences allows you to:

  • diversify your department’s academic program portfolio
  • attract and serve new audiences of students
  • strengthen Wisconsin’s workforce in a knowledge economy
  • experiment with alternative teaching and learning approaches
  • diversify revenue streams in an era ...

EI Brown Bag - Reframing the Wisconsin Experience

Noon-1:15pm, Union South
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The Wisconsin Experience is the learning experience we aspire to provide to undergraduate students during their time at UW-Madison. It is a combination of academic and co-curricular experiences leveraged by our institutional values. As a campus, there is an expectation that we will provide the environment and the opportunities, and that students will do their part to seize them.

During the ...

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