Free courses and resources

A core principle of OneHE is our commitment to giving back. One way we do this is by creating content under open educational resources which is free to all faculty.

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Addressing Technology-Access Barriers to Online Learning
by Thomas J. Tobin
The goal of this learning path is to help you to create a technology environment that supports faculty members, support staff, and campus leaders in moving beyond narrowly-defined inclusive-design practices.
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Free activities

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From Me to You: A Collaborative Classroom Activity
by Lisa Clughen
This engaging classroom activity integrates simple movement to foster collaboration and belonging among students. With just pen, paper, and the rhythmic passing of sheets, this activity gets students moving, interacting, and learning course content together in an engaging way. It's particularly effective for revision and reflection on learning progress.
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Developing a Pre-Course Survey
by LaKisha Barrett
To ensure students' success, knowing their names and establishing a connection with them is vital. This can significantly impact their ability to stay engaged and motivated. Conducting pre-course surveys and assessments is an effective way to achieve this goal.
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Fast Friends
by Maha Bali
This is a great warming-up activity that helps to build close connections between students.
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Sailboat Retrospective for Reflection
by Maha Bali
Use this reflective activity to bring students together to talk about their experiences at the end of a project.
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Live, Love, Learn and Leave a Legacy
by Maha Bali
This is a reflective activity that can be done at the beginning of a semester to help students set their academic goals.
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Roses, Thorns, and Buds 
by Maha Bali
This activity could be used as a warm-up or reflective activity at the end of a class.
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Decolonising Academic Writing through Spoken Word Poetry
by Jenna Goddard, Carolyn Ives
This is a great reflective activity to get students thinking about their writing.
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Origin Stories
by Felecia Caton Garcia, Heather Wright
This reflective activity challenges students' perception of the world by decentering colonial ways of knowing and being.
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Learning to Love
by Felecia Caton Garcia, Heather Wright
This reflective activity allows students to consider love as a motivation and outcome in education.
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Getting at Metaphor
by Felecia Caton Garcia, Heather Wright
This is a creative activity that allows students to deeply engage in fluid, dynamic and ambiguous thinking through metaphors.
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Checking in with GIF, Emoji or Meme
by Maha Bali
A fun and quick way to check in or end a class with your students.
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Personalised Conversation Cards
by Scott Bowyer
This activity can be used in any course for getting students to talk to each other. It can also be adopted for foreign language courses to support practicing speaking and listening skills.
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Alternative Approaches to Grading
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, Jasmina Najjar, Laura Gibbs, Clarissa Sorensen-Unruh, Arley Cruthers
Consider different approaches to grading and how they can affect the classroom atmosphere and more!
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Guess The Topic Mingle
by Heather Kretschmer
This is a fun activity to introduce a new topic which will also work well as a warm-up activity.
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Ikigai: Help Students Find Their Purpose
by Maha Bali
This is a reflective activity that helps students to focus on their strengths and passions, and what they can do to make a positive impact on the world.
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Something Behind You
by Rebecca J. Hogue
The purpose of the activity is to help students to get to know each other a little better in an online classroom.
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Auditory Affect
by Heather Kretschmer
Students explore an auditory digital tool and afterwards reflect on and talk about their experience
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Creativity Booster: 16 Squares
by Diana Varma
Creativity Booster activities can be used as a fun warm up the beginning of each class. This '16 Squares' activity invites students to think visually and require creative problem solving.
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Creativity Booster: An Ode to the Other Hand
by Diana Varma
Creativity Booster activities can be used as a fun warm up the beginning of each class. This particular activity invites students to discover feelings of empathy.
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Creativity Booster: 5 Senses
by Diana Varma
Creativity Booster activities can be used as a fun warm up the beginning of each class. This 5 Senses activity invites students to quiet and focus their minds.
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Creativity Booster: Yes, Let's!
by Diana Varma
Creativity Booster activities can be used as a fun warm up the beginning of each class. This Yes, Let's activity invites students to get silly and quiet their inner critics.
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Ice Cream / Broccoli: Reflection on Enjoyment and Value
by Maha Bali
Use this activity to structure students' reflections at the end of class or semester.
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Create a Fake Photo Group Assignment
by Maha Bali
This fun activity helps students learn new skills while taking a small step towards building community.
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What We Don't Know About Each Other
by Noha El-Rawy
This activity can be used for ongoing engagement mid-semester helping students to get to know each other better.
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Share Music and Create a Class Playlist
by Maha Bali
Help students share something about themselves, musical tastes, while building community as they speak about their musical choices.
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Would You Rather?
by Frank Tontala
This fun icebreaker can be used to spark interesting conversations in class.
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I Wish My Students / Teacher Knew
by Amena Magdy
This activity helps to promote positive student-teacher connections.
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Using Metaphors to Express Thoughts
by Sayyed Daifallah
This warm-up activity can be used to gain students' reactions about assigned readings.
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Using Dominoes in Teaching
by Ahmed Gebaly
It is a rapid and easy game that can be used to teach different concepts.
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Desert Island Songs
by Isabel Rodriguez
This music activity will help students to voice their thoughts in a positive way.
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The Shape of You
by Sarah Neuwirth
This fun icebreaker will help your students to get to know each other.
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Words From Your Names
by Ahmed Shalaby
This icebreaker activity can be used when meeting students for the first time.
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What Can You Do With A...?
by Noha El-Sebai
This is an engaging activity that can be used as a warm-up before class.
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Choose a Plant
by Jen Alexander
This activity encourages students to reflect on themselves and compare how they feel and what they need to that of a plant. Through conversation and discussion, community can be strengthened.
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Imaginary Buffet (or Potluck)
by Maya Hey
The purpose of this activity is to engage students with each other's small talk by making a game out of active listening.
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PowerPoint Karaoke
by Maha Bali, Jasmina Najjar, Hoda Mostafa
Engage students in improv presenting, and enhance oral presentation skills in a light and humorous way.
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Office Hour Scheduling via Google Calendar
by Fikry Boutros
Particularly helpful to facilitate the scheduling of office hours with students for teachers who need to meet students individually in short timeslots.
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Tiny Tales
by Laura Gibbs
Encourage short, focused storytelling, easy to share with others, writing stories in 100 words (or fewer), or 6 words or 2 sentences, etc.
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Cognitive / Exam Wrappers for Metacognition
by Maha Bali
Help students reflect on their exam/assessment performance in order to improve future performance in your course.
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Self-Assessment Tool for Social Justice in Teaching
by Maha Bali
Gauge your level of competence and comfort in the themes of gender-consciousness, interculturalism, and community, both in their individual pedagogical practices and wider academic engagements.
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Language Portrait
by Francesca Helm
Reflect on language experiences with your students and share biographical information.
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Lost in Translation
by Francesca Helm
Raise awareness of the richness of language and creativity in using language.
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Wheel of Life for Student Self-Help
by Maha Bali
The Wheel of Life provides a snapshot of your wellbeing and the level of satisfaction in your current circumstances.
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Thick Greetings
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, Autumm Caines, Laura Gibbs, Rebecca J. Hogue
Try out a slower and more deliberate opportunity for everyone to introduce themselves.
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Estimate Workload
by Maha Bali
Useful tools for estimating workloads and adjusting your plans accordingly.
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Simple Metacognitive Activities
by Maha Bali
Some simple questions that can help students develop their metacognitive learning skills.
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Tiny Demons / Drawing Monsters
by Lyse Edwards
Help students express and face their fears in a way that can help reduce stress and anxiety.
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Start / Stop / Continue
by Maha Bali
Use this activity to help students to reflect on what's working for them and how to identify actions that can be taken to make improvements.
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Survey Students Early in the Semester: Pre-Course Survey
by Maha Bali
Use a pre-course survey to get to know your students early on in the semester.
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Pass the Paper
by Sarah Silverman
Create an opportunity for your students to connect through writing.
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Gratitude Journal
by Maha Bali, Nadine Aboulmagd, Hoda Mostafa, Azza Awwad
Support students' wellbeing by suggesting a daily or periodic practice of gratitude, promote radical self-compassion.
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15% solutions
by Maha Bali, Jasmina Najjar
This collaborative activity encourages students to discover and focus on what each person has the freedom and resources to do now.
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Two-Minute Paper
by Maha Bali
This is a great activity for capturing students’ learning, and helping the teacher to understand what students need to know more of, and what they enjoyed in class.
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Appreciative Interviews
by Maha Bali, Autumm Caines, Mia Zamora
This activity will help students prepare for working in groups by discovering and building on the roots of their successes.
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Pop-up Psychogeography Journey Journal
by Sarah-Jane Crowson
To invite students to use their bodies to represent, collaboratively, an image of something that is worth discussing.
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While We Wait
by Jasmina Najjar, Maha Bali
Make use of the 5-10 minutes before class time or if you give a break in the middle of class.
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What Kind of Animal are You?
by Irene Maweu
Fun introductory or warm-up activity.
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Two by Three by Bradford
by Sarita Shukla
This is a great warm-up exercise which involves pairs of students creating movements and sounds to replace counting numbers 1-3, encouraging creativity and collaboration.
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Troika Consulting - Adaptation for Class Community Building
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, Autumm Caines
Get students used to supporting each other without always turning to an 'expert' for solutions.
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TRIZ
by Maha Bali
TRIZ can stop counterproductive activities and behaviours to make space for innovation. Try it out!
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Tour of Where You Are
by Patrice Prusko
The purpose here is to build community through students sharing where they are studying from.
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Third Places for Ongoing Community Building
by Maha Bali
Creating semi-formal, semi-synchronous spaces outside of class time for students to socialize with each other.
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Theatre of the Oppressed: Opposites
by Tina Pippin
Warming up before class or after a break in a longer class. Encouraging use of the body, refreshes students' bodies and minds.
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Theatre of the Oppressed: Image Theatre
by Maha Bali, Alex Fink, Tina Pippin, Sarita Shukla
To invite students to use their bodies to represent, collaboratively, an image of something that is worth discussing.
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Teaching Ethics with Theatre of the Oppressed and Liberating Structures 
by Maha Bali
Engage everyone in making sense of profound challenges. Use to address difficult or confusing topics.
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Surrealist Free Drawing Introductions
by Autumm Caines
Creative take on doing intros that can help students to know one another and challenges perfection paralysis.
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Studio Visits
by Mia Zamora
Bring in external speakers into your classroom via a virtual studio visit, an informal discussion with one or two external guests.
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Structured Dialogues
by Sherri Spelic
This pair or trio activity is ideal for reflection and also to practice focused listening.
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Share an Object From Home
by Maha Bali
This is a simple icebreaker activity that encourages students to share something about themselves.
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Room 101
by Jasmina Najjar
Sharpen logical reasoning and debating skills. Create discussion.
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Purpose to Practice
by Maha Bali
Use the Purpose to Practice structure with students to co-develop community guidelines for the class.
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Pass the Ball & How Do You Make Rice?
by Autumm Caines, Patrice Prusko
The purpose of this activity is to engage in a discussion about identity and difference.
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Meditation
by Nadine Aboulmagd
Meditation provides an opportunity for students to relax before or after teaching.
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Wild Tea / Mad Tea Party
by Maha Bali
This activity promotes small group intimacy and collaboration, making a large group session feel interactive.
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Introductions: Story of Your Name
by Patrice Prusko
The purpose of this activity is to get to know people's name on a more personal level through storytelling.
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Human Scavenger Hunt
by Susan D. Blum
Create positive engagement and ensure centrality of student voices from the first day of class.
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Four Ideas for Checking In
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora
Ideas for checking in with your students at the beginning of any class.
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Daily Creates
by Mia Zamora
Provides a space for regular practice of spontaneous creativity through mini challenges published every day.
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Critical Uncertainties
by Autumm Caines, Maha Bali
Engage everyone in making sense of profound challenges. Use to address difficult or confusing topics.
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Conversation Cafe
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, Autumm Caines
Engage everyone in making sense of profound challenges. Use to address difficult or confusing topics.
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Collaborative Storytelling
by Jasmina Najjar
Promote a sense of community and break the ice in class with collaborative storytelling activities.
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Collaborative Literature Review Matrix
by Jasmina Najjar
Create a discourse community whilst also sharpening close reading, research, summarising, paraphrasing, and citation skills.
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Authentic Open Letter/Video Addressing Students
Learn about different ways you can address your students at the beginning of the semester.
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Asynchronous & Synchronous Introductions
by Mia Zamora, Maha Bali
Discover three creative ways students can introduce themselves at the beginning of the semester.
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9 Whys of Liberating Structures
by Michael Weinraub
Rapidly clarify for individuals and a group what is essentially important in their work.
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Spiral Journal
by Maha Bali, Mia Zamora
Promote focus and reflection while allowing individuals to compose responses thoughtfully and calmly in writing.
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Annotate the Syllabus
by Remi Kalir
Annotating the syllabus helps learners to read, make sense of, question, and discuss their learning.
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Free courses

Leading In-Class Group Work
Leading In-Class Group Work
by Derek Bruff

Group activities can create active learning environments in our teaching. In this course, we explore principles and structures to make in-class group work successful.

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Strategic Positioning, Budgeting, and Growth_ Lessons Learned from Successful Center Leaders
Strategic Positioning, Budgeting, and Growth: Lessons Learned from Successful Center Leaders 
by Chris Hakala, C. Edward Watson, Todd D. Zakrajsek, James M. Lang

Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTL) directors explore how they make best use of their budgets to deliver on those activities of most value to their faculty and institutions.

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How to Establish and Manage a Successful Center for Teaching and Learning
How to Establish and Manage a Successful Center for Teaching and Learning
by Chris Hakala, C. Edward Watson, Todd D. Zakrajsek, James M. Lang

CTL directors explain how to lay solid foundations for your center so you can create successful collaborations with faculty and senior stakeholders.

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Engaging Faculty: High-impact Practices for Supporting Your Target Learners
by Chris Hakala, C. Edward Watson, James M. Lang, Todd D. Zakrajsek

Discover effective ways to engage faculty and gain support from key influencers as center directors share success strategies in this resource on high-impact engagement practices.

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Claim Your Space: Demonstrating Value to Faculty and Institution
by Chris Hakala, C. Edward Watson, James M. Lang, Todd D. Zakrajsek

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) directors explore what contributed to the success of their centers, and the range of things that you can do to win over key supporters and influencers to your side. 

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An Introduction to the VALUE Rubrics An Authentic Approach to Assessment
Introduction to the VALUE Rubrics: An Authentic Approach to Assessment
by Jessica Chittum, Kate D. McConnell

Learn how the American Association of Colleges and Universities’s (AAC&U) VALUE rubrics can help you evaluate students’ performance reliably and verifiably across 16 cross-cutting learning outcomes that underpin liberal education.

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Abby Ferber Introduction to the Concept of Privilege
An Introduction To The Concept Of Privilege
by Abby L. Ferber

This course explores the concept of privilege and how it impacts on educational experiences so we can build more inclusive classrooms.

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The Role of Structure in Inclusive Teaching 
by Viji Sathy, Kelly Hogan

Who is left behind by the decisions you make in teaching? Bring more equity to your course using structured course design and facilitation.

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Applying the Science of Motivation to Teaching
by Sarah Rose Cavanagh

Faculty could greatly benefit from a primer on aspects of motivation science relevant to the classroom, including self-determination theory, achievement motivation, and goal setting.

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An Introduction to Experiential Education
by Patrick M. Green, Cynthia P. Stewart, Lark Hovey

Experiential education is learning through an experience and reflection on that experience. This introduction explains the function, value and characteristics of experiential education and offers some ideas for how to apply this approach in your context.

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Designing HyFlex Courses
by Brian Beatty

HyFlex (hybrid-flexible) courses are multi-modal courses which offer students the choice of online or classroom-based learning. This course explains the design principles and suggests ways to get started.

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Free resources

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Torrey Trust's Technology is Not the Solution to Cheating
by Maha Bali
This is a useful infographic for thinking through how to build trust and reduce cheating in your courses - recognising that technology will not solve your problems. 
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The Present Professor
by Michelle Pacansky-Brock
This infographic introduces some practical considerations for making your presence felt to students in an online context with five simple 'clicks'.
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Using Structured Office Hours to Improve Student Engagement
by Viji Sathy
The purpose of this infographic is to suggest a structure to office hours that will help your students get the most out of designated time with you.
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Maximising the Use of Your Virtual Office Hours
by Flower Darby
Do you feel like you are not making the most of your office hours? This infographic suggests some simple ideas to make them more effective.
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The Path to Online Learning Communities
by Konstantina Martzoukou
This infographic presents simple activities that can enable you to succeed on the path to building online communities among students in virtual classrooms.
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Helping Students Reclaim Cognitive Resources in Education: Interview with Cia Verschelden
by Cia Verschelden, Niya Bond
In this short video, Cia Verschelden talks about her book ‘Bandwidth Recovery For Schools’ and shares insights on how educators can help students free their cognitive capacity from an early age.
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Ungrading interview with Susan Blum
'Ungrading': An Interview with Susan D. Blum
by Susan D. Blum, James M. Lang
In this interview James M. Lang catches up with Susan D. Blum and invites her to share some of the backstory of the book writing, and talk about ungrading. Read an excerpt from the book and join the conversation.
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'Picture a Professor': An Interview With Jessamyn Neuhaus
by James M. Lang, Jessamyn Neuhaus
In this interview, James M. Lang catches up with Jessamyn Neehaus, inviting her to share some of the backstory of her new book, and to talk about her writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book below, and feel free to join the conversation.
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How to Show Your Presence in Online Classrooms
by Flower Darby
The purpose of this infographic is to bring to notice those little things that can help you show your presence in an online class and make your students feel that you care.
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How Ungrading Fosters Meaningful Writing: A Chat with Laura Gibbs
by Laura Gibbs, Niya Bond
In this video, Laura Gibbs talks about her experience of ungrading, and how going gradeless helped her and her students develop more meaningful approaches to writing.
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Minding Bodies_An Interview with Susan Hrach
'Minding Bodies': An Interview with Susan Hrach
by Susan Hrach, James M. Lang
Consider a classroom in which you are teaching right now. How much room does it allow for body movement? What changes to your environment or teaching could you make to use the body in support of learning?
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Non-Disposable Assignments: A Chat with Laura Gibbs
by Niya Bond, Laura Gibbs
In this video, Laura Gibbs explains what Non-Disposable Assignments are and how to implement them to enhance student learning.
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What is Ungrading: A Perspective from Jesse Stommel
by Jesse Stommel, Todd D. Zakrajsek
In this video, Todd Zakrajsek chats to Jesse Stommel about his latest thoughts on using grades for assessing students' work in Higher Education.
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Teaching in the Age of AI: A perspective from Derek Bruff and James M Lang
by James M. Lang, Derek Bruff
In this video, James M Lang chats with Derek Bruff about artificial intelligence and its applications for teaching and learning.
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Grading for Growth
Grading for Growth: Interview with David Clark and Robert Talbert
by Robert Talbert, David Clark, James M. Lang
In this video, James M Lang talks to David Clark and Robert Talbert about their book Grading for Growth which explores alternative forms of learning assessment.
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Exploring The New Normal with Badrul Khan
Exploring The New Normal
by Badrul H. Khan
Thoughts on the way in which higher education needs to respond from Badrul H. Khan.
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Quick Guide to Online Student Engagement in Week One
by Flower Darby
The purpose of this infographic is to bring to notice those little things that can help you show your presence in an online class and make your students feel that you care.
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Intentional Tech_An Interview with Derek Bruff
'Intentional Tech': An Interview with Derek Bruff
by Derek Bruff, James M. Lang
In this interview, James M. Lang catches up with Derek Bruff, the author of Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching and learns more about the book’s origins.
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‘Skim, Dive, Surface’: An Interview with Jenae Cohn
‘Skim, Dive, Surface’: An Interview with Jenae Cohn
by Jenae Cohn, James M. Lang
In this video interview James M. Lang catches up with Jenae Cohn inviting her to share some of the backstory of her book, and to talk about her writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book below, and feel free to join the conversation.
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'Inclusive Teaching': An Interview with Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy
'Inclusive Teaching': An Interview with Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy
by Kelly Hogan, Viji Sathy, James M. Lang
In this interview James M. Lang catches up with Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy and invites them to share some of the backstory of the book, and talk about their writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book and join the conversation.
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GenAI and Alternative Assessment: A perspective from Jesse Stommel
by Jesse Stommel, Todd D. Zakrajsek
In this video, Todd Zakrajsek chats to Jesse Stommel about his latest thinking on Generative AI use in teaching, learning, and assessment in higher education.
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My Caring Instructor
by Michelle Pacansky-Brock
How do students define an Excellent E-Instructor? An Instructor who is with them, for them and inspires them, through these small yet effective steps. This infographic considers what qualities students value in a caring instructor.
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How to Generate Multiple-Choice Questions with AI
by Nuria Lopez, Niya Bond
In this video tutorial Nuria Lopez shows how to use generative AI (GenAI) to create effective multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Get clear guidelines backed by research to make high-quality MCQs that accurately test student understanding.
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Jim Lang Interview with Natasha Jankowski
How to Involve Students in Assessment: Interview with Natasha Jankowski
by James M. Lang, Natasha Jankowski
In this video, James M Lang talks to Natasha Jankowski, assessment expert and the former Executive Director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA), about involving students in the assessment process.
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Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP): Co-Working Session 3
by Karen Costa 
This page contains the proceedings of the third ‘Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP) Design Challenge: Live Co-Working Session‘ hosted by Karen Costa and the OneHE team.
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Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP): Co-Working Session 2
by Karen Costa , Niya Bond
This page contains the proceedings of the second ‘Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP) Design Challenge: Live Co-Working Session‘ hosted by Karen Costa and OneHE team.
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Wondrous Week One
by Virna Rossi
This infographic outlines some simple tips to help you engage your students from day one of the course.
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The Art of Giving Feedback
by Virna Rossi
This infographic presents principles and good practices of giving feedback to students that can be embedded in online learning.
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Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP): Co-Working Session
by Karen Costa , Niya Bond
This page contains the proceedings of the ‘Climate Action Pedagogy (CAP) Design Challenge: Live Co-Working Session ‘ hosted by Karen Costa and OneHE team.
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Fast Switch to E-Learning
by Virna Rossi
This infographic presents some simple and practical ideas to help you make a fast switch to e-learning with your students.
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What is Cultural Humility?: An Interview with Kelly Haynes-Mendez
by James M. Lang, Kelley Haynes-Mendez
In this video, James M Lang talks to Kelley Haynes-Mendez about cultural humility and how to apply it in the classroom.
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Deliberate Dialogue: Discussing Academic Integrity in the Classroom
by Niya Bond, Tricia Bertram Gallant
In this video, Tricia Bertram Gallant and Niya Bond discuss what academic integrity is, and how to initiate a conversation with students to promote a positive learning environment.
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Addressing Destructive Behaviour in the Classroom: Interview with Chavella T. Pittman
by Chavella T. Pittman, Niya Bond
In this video Niya Bond talks to Chavella Pittman about strategies and best practice for managing micro and macro aggression in the classroom.
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Teaching Matters Interview with Aeron and Stephanie
'Teaching Matters': An Interview with Aeron Haynie and Stephanie Spong
by Aeron Haynie, Stephanie Spong, James M. Lang
In this video interview, James M. Lang catches up with Aeron Haynie and Stephanie Spong, authors of ‘Teaching Matters: A Guide for Graduate Students’ and invites them to share some of the backstory for the book and talk about their writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book and join the conversation.
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'The Spark of Learning': An Interview with Sarah Rose Cavanagh
by James M. Lang, Sarah Rose Cavanagh
In this video interview James M. Lang catches up with Sarah Rose Cavanagh inviting her to share some of the backstory of her book, and to talk about her writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book below, and feel free to join the conversation.
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'Remembering and Forgetting in the Age of Technology': An Interview with Michelle D. Miller
by Michelle D. Miller, James M. Lang
In this interview James M. Lang catches up with Michelle D. Miller and invites her to share some of the backstory of the book, and talk about her writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book and join the conversation.
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