Participants to this session will learn how to:
- Design a virtual learning activity for an interdisciplinary project.
- Create a collaborative team to implement a project that involves several disciplines.
- Explore best practices and rules for interdisciplinary projects in terms of FERPA and copyright.
- Preserve student artifacts into an online Archive.
Innovative Teaching and Learning
- Use this disruption as an incubator for innovation to continue to move UTSA forward
- Listen to our students and adapt based on feedback
- Engage faculty in new structures of support
During the Spring of 2020, a Tactical Team for Undergraduate and Masters Education (UME) was designed to build recommendations for Fall 2020 focusing on pedagogical and technical approaches that encouraged experiential learning. By necessity, these recommendations were shaped by the realities of public health operations necessitated by the current pandemic. Emphasis was placed on personalizing the student learning experience to solidify students’ identities as Roadrunners with a strong affinity for UTSA during this pandemic. See: Tactical Team Charge and Report
Academic Innovation brings together experts in teaching and learning to inspire and support faculty in envisioning innovative and creative practices that strengthen and transform the academic experiences of our students and faculty.
"I felt like someone could hear my story and my pain. Seeing how deaths are treated as a statistic and people are still going out, it feels like people don't understand the consequences of their actions. I feel like I have a platform to speak on." (UTSA Student)
"I liked being able to read the experiences my peers went through, since it let me better understand what type of things they have experienced that are different from what I have experienced." (UTSA Student)
- Arcolin, Claudia (firstname.lastname@example.org): Academic Innovation
- Johnson, Emily (email@example.com): Library
- Howell, Jourdan Laine (firstname.lastname@example.org): Music
- Peterson, Jodi (email@example.com): History
Other Participating Faculty
- Bagarozy, John: Architecture
- Hernandez, Ernest: Academic Innovation
- Ivie, DeeAnn: Library
- Jordan, Lila: Academic Innovation
- McCoin, Mark: Art
- Rulewicz, Megan: Dance
- Saenz, Humberto: Art
- Vance, David: Creative Writing
- Wickman, Ethan: Music