After 12 years, IU's eText initiative has saved students more than $100 million off retail prices, and the flexibility of IU eTexts has helped with student engagement. The digital textbooks can be viewed on multiple devices: laptops, smartphones, and tablets with internet access.
Anthology Ally helps instructors make Canvas courses more accessible to students with disabilities. The program also provides students with the ability to experience their courses in different formats, such as tagged PDFs, mobile-friendly HTML, audio, and ePubs.
Next.IU pilots investigate tools and approaches that support diverse learning environments. Current pilots include Top Hat beta, Gradescope, YuJa, Course Setup Wizard, Panopto, Terracotta, and My Learning Analytics. Learn more and join a pilot to help advance teaching and learning at IU.
A panel of faculty and experts across IU campuses explores the potential uses and challenges of ChatGPT and other AI technologies in teaching and learning.
Concerned about your students' reading habits, why they complete or don't complete readings, and whether they comprehend the readings? Ask them. In this post, we provide a few survey questions you can use to learn more about your students' reading motivation, practices, and comprehension.