Aim for progress

At UAF, Student Progress Reports and Nanook Navigator Alerts are two mechanisms for providing feedback, which can lead to better student performance.

Working with Dual-Enrolled Students

The Faculty Learning Community (FLC) on Best Practices for Dual Enrollment Online Course formed at the beginning of 2020 to discuss how faculty can respond to the increasing numbers of high-school students taking UAF classes through programs such as Alaska Advantage...

Building student engagement with Zoom

We’ve all become Zoom experts in the last 10 months. But we’ve also gotten used to the platform and how we use it. Could we be more creative? What could we change about how we use this tool to create more meaningful synchronous experiences for our students?

Giving Engaged, Constructive Feedback

Daryl Farmer (ENGL) leads a discussion on his methods for giving good feedback in writing workshops. The guide he shares is a great reminder for instructors looking to deepen their feedback and also a valuable tool for teaching students peer feedback...

Indigenous Cultures of Alaska

Please join us on January 15 from 10-11 a.m. for the Course of the Month Showcase Indigenous Cultures of Alaska (ANS-242) with Christine Davenport This media-rich course takes students on a journey of learning about the Indigenous cultures of Alaska that is essential...

January 2021 6-8 Barnraising Schedule

This workshop is ‘help right when you need it’ for developing your online or hybrid course. Join UAF eCampus instructional designers for a facilitated “barn raising,” which lays out a set of tasks and deadlines for you to get your course online and ready...