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Learning from the Office of Digital Learning at ATE 2023

At this year’s Academic Tech Expo (ATE) at OU, we had several team members who spoke on how to use various technologies to make online instruction more engaging…

EdTech(nologists) and Pockets of Hope

Attempting to do something I haven’t done in quite some time… think out loud for a bit… Please bear with me as attempt to knock the rust off… A few weeks ago, the largest public school district in the state of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Public Schools, announced a permanent option for online enrollment. Online enrollment […]

OU ate up the ATE!

The Academic Tech Expo is a tri-campus collaboration focusing on interdisciplinary technology and effectiveness in education. For 2020, the 10th annual event, ATE switched to an entirely virtual…

OU Create 2.0 via John Stewart (external)

This year, I’ve spent a good bit of time restructuring the OU Create project. Since the start of the project, […]

The Office of Digital Learning has gone remote. For good. And we are hiring. A lot.

I’ve been eagerly waiting to write this post for quite some time now. On October 1, our department was approved to move the majority of our employees to a flexible and/or remote work schedule. Even more exciting, we have five open positions. We have one listing posted for a course developer and four (!) spots for […]

Navigating Study Abroad in Summer 2021

Since 2018, I’ve had the honor of participating as a faculty member in the Gaylord College study abroad program to Arezzo, Italy. Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Italy early and severely. As a matter of fact, one of the first “calls” made at the University of Oklahoma was bringing home our students who were […]

TEDxWeekend: Fiesta Edition

This year TEDx turns ten. As a celebration, TED is hosting five worldwide gatherings of TEDx organizers for workshops. The North American workshop was held in Mexico City and was aptly named TEDxWeekendCiudadDeMexico. It also happened to fall on a weekend during Spring Break, which tipped my scales towards wanting to attend. As I’ve written […]

Teaching in Arezzo, Italy

My biggest regret as an undergrad is that I never studied abroad. Now armed with a steady job and a family, I realize how improbable it is to simply pick up and temporarily spend a significant length of time in another part of the world. Earlier this year I was asked if I had any […]

We’re Hiring!

The Office of Digital Learning is looking to hire two new Course Developers, an Educational Technologist, and an Academic Multimedia Specialist. If you are passionate about helping students learn…

Week in Review: 3/26-4/1 via John Stewart (external)

Interactions One of my favorite things about my job is that I meet with people from a variety of departments and offices across campus every week to brainstorm and build all sorts of projects. This week, I had meetings every day. I have been working with Prof. Honorée Jeffers on a couple of websites and […]