Cultivating responsible citizenship in a non-traditional degree program through a service-inclusive pedagogy
23 Jan 2023
In times of social unrest and inequalities, increased intercultural exchange, and a more diverse population of college-aged students, creating a curriculum in higher education that teaches students to be civically engaged and more socially responsible appears to make a positive impact among all stud
A validation of AI-enabled discussion platform metrics and relationships to student efforts
21 Jan 2023
New journal output from our Division of Digital Strategy and Innovation Learning Research Center, on using Artificial Intelligence in online discussion boards.
Implementing low-cost immersive 360° video technology to promote core skills in journalism courses
20 Dec 2022
Virtual Reality can be useful in a variety of contexts, including journalism education. This output presents the findings from a qualitative study with CUFF faculty fellows Dr. Dorothy Bland, Dr. Aleshia Hayes, and Dr. Regina Kaplan-Rakowski.
Emerging Technologies for Blind and Visually Impaired Learners - 2022 AECT Presentation
25 Oct 2022
This presentation showcases our efforts assessing the UX of blind users evaluating emerging tech, with Dr. Regina Kaplan-Rakowski and Jarrod Trovada. First, we briefly examined emerging applications and technologies that are assistive for blind and visually impaired (BVI) students.
Evaluation of an Emerging Virtual Classroom - 2022 AECT Presentation
24 Oct 2022
In this research driven presentation with accompanying Q&A and platform demonstration, AECT attendees learned about the emerging virtual classroom platform Engageli and its use in a variety of educational contexts, as an alternative to current common virtual classrooms like Zoom, as a stage for publ
Student confidence in learning during the COVID-19 pandemic: What helped and what hindered
15 Sep 2022
When COVID-19 struck, higher education scrambled. Teaching and learning swerved abruptly to emergency remote instruction. What does UNT find, along with 8 other institutions across the globe, about factors that impact students' confidence in learning in a post-pandemic learning world?
Virtual Reality and Date Label Education in Dollar General Stores
2 Jun 2022
The Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University hosted a Workshop on Food Access at Dollar Stores (FADS) and its Implications for Public Health on June 3rd and 4th, 2022. Dr. Priscilla Connors, one of our CUFF Faculty Fellows, and Dr.
Student vulnerabilities and confidence in learning in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
1 Jun 2022
Dr. Regina Kaplan-Rakowski, Dr. Audon Archibald, and Dr.
Integrating Affordable, Accessible, and Scalable Virtual Reality (VR) In Online Courses
12 Apr 2022
Advances in VR technology have increased its popularity in higher education, but are they accessible, affordable, and scalable for all? Dr. Rudi Thompson, Dr. Adam Fein, and Dr.
2022: Rethinking Low Tech and Tech-Enhanced Classrooms
16 Feb 2022
After two years of constant change, what should a college classroom look like today? As we have adapted to an ongoing global pandemic, how do we design classroom setups that facilitate engagement and learning while guaranteeing personal safety and flexibility?