WSB Unveils State-of-the-Art Collaborative Learning Classroom

This fall, the Wisconsin School of Business unveiled something that will revolutionize the student experience — a new, two-in-one, state-of-the-art collaborative learning classroom (CLC) that is unlike any other learning space at the school. The classroom was designed to enable learning activities that promote student-centered, active and collaborative learning. Read More

Changing Landscape for Higher Education

Jeffrey Russell, vice provost for lifelong learning and dean, Division of Continuing Studies, and Les Howles, director of UW-Madison’s distance education development and the Distance Teaching and Learning Conference join Neil Heinen, editorial director at WISC-TV, to discuss the changing landscape of higher education and workplace training.
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Blend@UW Course Design Program

“The level of student learning is better” with blended learning. That’s what Political Science Professor John Zumbrunnen, Ph.D. said about his experience in building a blended course. Through the Blend@UW Course Design Program, participants will learn how to foster new ways to engage students in and out of the classroom. Learn more.

TeachOnline@UW Learning Community

This past year, more than 20 faculty and instructional staff received another chance at being a student — a role reversal that allowed each of them to explore the opportunities and challenges facing today’s online learners and instructors.

Student Fellowships will Benefit Communities across Wisconsin

This summer, UW-Madison undergraduate students will participate in the inaugural Wisconsin Open Education Community Fellowship, a recently established program designed to foster innovative, student-led projects across the state. Committed to the Wisconsin Idea, the program provides resources to support projects aimed at public engagement in a Wisconsin community to which the student has a personal connection.

The WOECF is a collaboration of the Division of Continuing Studies, Educational …