FeedbackFruits Tool Suite

As FeedbackFruits’ suite of both asynchronous and synchronous tools are used across undergraduate, MBA, Executive Education, and MBA Program for Executives (WEMBA) levels at Wharton, this blog post serves to point you in the right direction when selecting a tool for many different assignment types. The decision tree shown belowRead More

Collaborate in Color: How to Enhance Your Course Conversations using Ed Discussion

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As we continue a hybrid approach to teaching and learning where much of the collaboration is remote, the search for educational technology tools that best meet this need while fostering course engagement for faculty and students alike is ongoing. One tool that serves to organize discussion threads, Q&As, and additionalRead More

FAQ: Copyrighted Course Materials

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By Matt Borlik Wharton Computing’s IDEA Courseware Team has implemented a new policy regarding the digital distribution of copyright-protected reading materials on Canvas. All copyrighted reading materials must be distributed through either Lippincott Library’s Course Reserve system, a Study.Net-issued course pack, or–in rare instances–a publisher-specific resource. Copyrighted materials may notRead More

Increase Student Engagement With FeedbackFruits

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By Dylan Fenton With the shifting focus to an online teaching environment, you may be concerned about your courses lacking the kind of student-to-student interaction that make in-person classes so magical. That cross-pollination of ideas between students can still happen during virtual class meetings, but are there ways to createRead More

When Course Materials Appear on Websites – and What Faculty Can Do About It

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By Rob Ditto Unfortunately, faculty might find that their course materials appear on “study resources” websites like Course Hero or ULoop. This is despite the fact that websites like these have no relationship to Wharton or the University. And our content partners, such as Study.Net and Lippincott Library, don’t shareRead More