The November DOLCE Video Recording is Now Available!

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  Thanks to so many of you for joining us at our November DOLCE (Discussing Online Learning & Collaborative Education) titled, “Active Learning, Gamification and Content Mastery, and Multimedia Textbooks.” We enjoyed presentations from three faculty speakers: Dr. Dina Zhabinskaya, Lecturer in the Department of Physics; Dr. James Carey, Distinguished Professor of Entomology […]

November 2020 DOLCE Invitation: Active Learning, Gamification and Content Mastery, and Multimedia Textbooks

Dear Faculty Colleagues, On behalf of Academic Technology Services, I hereby invite you to attend the November DOLCE (Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education) taking place this Friday, November 6th at noon PST via Zoom. This event will be recorded, but we still hope you can join us synchronously! We have three speakers planned for Friday: Dr. […]

October DOLCE and Faculty Forum Video Recordings Now Available! 

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  Thanks to so many of you for joining us at our first two faculty events of the fall quarter: the October DOLCE (Discussing Online Learning & Collaborative Education) titled, “Zoomarchaeology, Canvas Modules, and Piazza,” and the October Faculty Forum titled, “Promoting Engagement in Remotely-Taught Classes.” The DOLCE and Faculty Forum video recordings […]

October 2020 DOLCE Invitation: Zoomarchaeology, Canvas Modules, and Piazza

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  On behalf of Academic Technology Services, I’m writing to welcome you back to another quarter of remote teaching, and to invite you to participate in a series of faculty events on teaching remotely that I will be hosting this school year on Zoom. For the last several years, Academic Technology Services has […]


May DOLCE Recorded Videos Now Available!

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  For May’s asynchronous DOLCE, we have two talented colleagues who have graciously recorded teaching-related presentations to be viewed at your convenience.  Joe Horton, from the University Writing Program, presented on “Thinking, Planning, Living, Assuring: Student Writing Collaboration with the Navajo Nation.” His presentation explores his work supporting writing collaborations amongst his UC […]

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Virtual DOLCE April 2020 : Videos Now Available!

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  In light of social distancing and shelter-in-place recommendations, DOLCE has gone virtual! Each month this quarter, your colleagues will share pre-recorded video presentations on educational technologies and remote teaching strategies.  This month, Mark Verbitksy, Department of Political Science, recorded his talk “Modelling Critical Reading Skills.” His talk provides insight into using technologies […]

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Spring Events Announcement — Remote DOLCEs and Faculty Forums for Spring 2020

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  DOLCE and Faculty Forums will take place virtually during Spring quarter 2020. The Spring Flyer highlights upcoming DOLCE and Faculty Forums. DOLCEs will be available asynchronously to faculty through pre-recorded videos in which our talented colleagues will share insight on a wide range of remote teaching strategies. DOLCE topics will include:  Heather […]

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Audio and Video from the March 6th DOLCE: Hosting Lively Webinars and Individualizing Flipped Classrooms

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  The audio and video from the March 6th DOLCE, which seems like a lifetime ago, is available for your review. This DOLCE focused partially on teaching in an era of COVID-19. We hope the discussion from the most recent in-person DOLCE can help you as you consider ways in which to teach […]

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March 6th DOLCE This Friday: Flipped Classrooms and Interactive Webinars

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  Please join us this Friday, March 6th at DOLCE: Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education. The March 6th DOLCE will feature faculty presentations on flipped classrooms and hosting interactive webinars. We will then engage in a closing discussion about resources that can support faculty teaching in the coronavirus era. Sara Dye, Plant […]

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Audio and Video for February 7th DOLCE

Dear Faculty Colleagues,  The video and audio from the February 7th DOLCE are now available!  DOLCE began with Naomi Janowitz’s, Religious Studies, talk titled “Facebook, Google, Canvas and You: A professor/student perspective on ethical use of technology.” Dr. Janowitz began her talk with an interactive activity in which audience members chose between four corners of […]