The COVID-19 pandemic caused higher ed institutions to quickly pivot from face-to-face learning to remote learning within a matter of weeks. This was no small task for universities and colleges, as many did not have the infrastructure in place to handle such a change. Some were more prepare for the switch due to faculty development…
Moving classes online during the quick pivot to remote instruction due to COVID-19 in March of 2020 had its challenges and hurdles. Most were handled by posting course content and resources into Webcourses@UCF. But what about software needed for courses that is only available on UCF campus lab computers? How did students gain access to…
Given the rush to remote instruction due to COVID-19, many colleges have been required to turn to alternative resources to supplement instruction and activities normally carried out in person and/or on campus. The Pegasus Innovation Lab (iLab) was tasked to assemble a Virtual Labs Taskforce to support the UCF colleges and departments that are in…
The Center for Distributed Learning virtually hosted Angelica Gabriela Rocha Guevera, the Director of Educational Innovation and Technology at the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala.
Helping students to save money to focus on life essentials.
An open authoring platform for faculty free to use for both faculty and students.
A treatise on making education open for everyone.
Interested in reviewing the quality of your course for student success? With the Quality Initiative, an instructional designer will work with you on reviewing your course.
Interested in improving accessibility concerns for your students? At the click of a button, UDOIT checks for accessibility issues within a course and provides recommendations for resolving those issues.
Interested in traveling, but don’t have the time or funds? Online Study Abroad allows students to stay at home but still participate in study abroad activities.