The Provost’s E-Learning Committee at W&M Needs Your Input!

The following is a message from the Provost’s E-Learning Committee at W&M — they’re hoping for some input from W&M faculty about what kinds of e-learning activities you all are engaged in. Without further adieu, here is his message:

The W&M E-Learning Committee is developing a database of faculty using various e-learning methods in their courses, to understand the breadth of e-learning activities at the College and serve as a resource for other faculty to learn about the approaches being used. We are looking for activities such as blended learning, flipped classrooms, use of recorded lectures (your own or others’), substantial use of distance learning (i.e. polycom), use of wikis, or similar activities, rather than use of online software programs, models, Blackboard, etc.

If you are using any of these methods we invite you to tell us about it at:

The form will take about 5 minutes or less.  For any questions, please contact Mark Brush (VIMS), chair of the Database & Website Subcommittee.

About Kim Mann

Kim Mann is the editor and a writer for the Academic Technology Blog. She earned her BA in English from the University of Minnesota in 2003 and her MA in American Studies from William & Mary in 2009, and her PhD in American Studies at the College in 2014. Her research is on technology, the interface, and the body in mid-twentieth century science fiction.