In technology-enhanced learning, an instructor thoughtfully makes use of technology to improve conditions for learning and provide plentiful opportunities for practice, feedback, interaction, and engagement. Taking into consideration the tools at their disposal, instructors should aim to integrate technology in their courses to foster improved learning and student success.
Below you will find some guides to help you get started with technology-enhanced learning. For a complete list of GU-supported digital tools, please see the Tools and Services webpage.
A learning management system (LMS), like Canvas, can provide students in a course with one single place to go to access course materials, submit assignments, …
Assigning digital projects in lieu of, or in addition to, traditional pen-and-paper assignments, provides students with the opportunity to individualize their learning, work in non-traditional …
Student engagement generally refers to students’ level of investment, passion, and interest in the subject and course material, as well as the degree of interaction …
Monthly webinar that introduces participants to what’s new and interesting in digital learning at Georgetown University.
Bi-annual, multi-day training opportunity for participants to get hands-on experience with technologies supported here at GU. You will also hear from colleagues who have incorporated technology into their pedagogical practices.
August 18, 2022
Digital Learning Days are two-day events that take place at the beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters (typically in August and December/January) that focus on digital tools and pedagogical strategies. Sessions are typically an hour long and focus on practical applications to help faculty prepare for the upcoming semester.
Our next Digital Learning Days will be held on August 18th and 19th, 2022. Register & view our schedule!