OSU Teaching

Center for Teaching and Learning

OSU Teaching

Archives for December, 2012

The Case for Gamification – TAC.FM

In this recorded episode of TAC.FM, Stevon Roberts and Mark Dinsmore talk about ways in which educators are applying game mechanics and game theory in educational contexts. The discussion begins with Valve software’s physics-based puzzle game “Portal.” The newest release from Valve, “Portal 2,” has a special distribution for educators, with map editors and access to […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Funding Opportunity – Hybrid Learning Community – Proposal Deadline Extended to Feb. 6!

Instructors who teach large-enrollment Bacc Core Courses are encouraged to submit proposals to participate in the Spring 2013 Hybrid Faculty Learning Community.  Access the latest Request for Proposals for the Hybrid Course Development Pilot Program. You can learn a lot more about this program and about blended learning in general by visiting the Center for […]

Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome!

Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning blog. Here, you’ll find information, announcements, and stories from faculty in our key focus areas.

Read the rest of this entry »