Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence that involves creating machines or computer programs that can generate new content, such as images, text, or music. Unlike traditional AI systems that rely on predefined rules or pre-existing data to make decisions, generative AI models use algorithms and neural networks to learn patterns and relationships in data and generate new outputs based on that learning.
Moodle Best Practices
Learn how to build a Moodle site or access one of the five pre-built Moodle templates to incorporate essential components such as course presentation, building community, utilizing checklists, and more.
After working through the content and reflective activities presented on this site, you will be able to:
- Articulate the role of grading in your pedagogical and assessment processes.
- Choose efficient grading strategies that provide relevant feedback to students.
- Distinguish between rubric types and construct rubrics to support grading.
- Use Moodle tools when grading.
Social Annotation with hypothes.is
Learn how to use hypothes.is, a social annotation platform for students. This resource will show you how to install hypothes.is on your KPU-issued computer, explain what social annotation is and why it is important, and show you features offered on the hypothes.is platform.
Assistance for External Connections
This resource provides an orientation to fourndational instructions and policies for recommended software to facilitate extra-institutional partnerships.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This site provides an overview of the history of SoTL, varying definitions and attributes of the movement, arguments for why its pursuit is worthwhile, an introduction to relevant methodologies, and links to explanatory videos, the field’s major journals, and SoTL organizations.
Facilitate In-Class & Online Collaboration
This resource provides a point for faculty to orient themselves to the purpose, tools and trailing of specific software that is useful to promote student interaction. This content can be used to assist or inspire the sharing of skills with colleagues, perhaps in daily discussions, workshops, or event departmental PD.
Learn how to get started in your WordPress journey with hundreds of other KPU faculty and students. KPU powered WordPress sites offers an easy-to-use interface without needing to worry about the technicalities of maintaining a WordPress site. It is centrally managed and is 100% open and secure, with a curated collection of plugins, widgets, and themes to help you get started. Creating your WordPress site is simply a click away.
Authentic Design: Principles, Personas & Paradigms
Use this resource to discover how story is used in authentic course design and assessments. Learning story paradigm, personas and principles will enable you to integrate authentic assessments in your course design.
ePortfolio Matters @ KPU
This site highlights ePortfolio initiatives happening at KPU, including course, program and faculty-level innovations, special projects, professional development opportunities, resources, and more.
Technology Accessibility to Support Learning
This resource has been designed to provide KPU faculty and instructional staff with tools and strategies that can support technology accessibility provide students with more equitable learning experiences.
This website is designed to support all members of the university community in upholding these values by sharing information about KPU’s approach to academic integrity, strategies to uphold academic integrity, and other helpful resources.
Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
This resource provides an orientation to COIL, which is an approach that brings students and professors together across cultures to learn, discuss, and collaborate as part of their class.
Blended Course Development Checklist Suite
The blended course development checklist suite is a series of prompts created to guide faculty and instructional staff to design, deliver, and facilitate a pedagogically sound course to be delivered in a blended format. There are six checklists in total distributed across three categories.
Group Work 101
By engaging with the materials in this resource, you will be able to: (1) Define how group work connects to the learning objectives of your course/program (2) Compare strategies for forming teams (3) Incorporate explicit teaching on team/group processes into your courses (4) Facilitate the process of effective team formation and collaborative work (5) Facilitate team development in culturally diverse teams (6) Use strategies to minimize the possibility of social loafing (7) Explore strategies for evaluating team projects