FSE

Learning &
Teaching Hub

The FSE Learning and Teaching Hub supports the university’s charter of inclusion and academic success by facilitating a culture of teaching and learning within the Fulton Schools of Engineering.

The Learning and Teaching Hub is a dedicated Engineering faculty resource for ongoing professional development and communities of practice, instructional consultation and coaching, collaborative learning development, and effective use of learning technology and analytics. Access helpful resources and information by exploring the links below.

Professional Learning Opportunities

Learn a new instructional strategy in one of our upcoming faculty workshops.
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Learn a new instructional strategy in one of our upcoming faculty workshops.
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Quick Reference Guides

Solve your teaching challenges with ideas from the Quick Reference Guide library.

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Solve your teaching challenges with ideas from the Quick Reference Guide library.
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Learning Technology

Check out the wide variety of tools available to faculty to improve courses and increase interactivity.

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Check out the wide variety of tools available to faculty to improve courses and increase interactivity.
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Studios

Appointment times available at two different campuses to help you record and produce your video.

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Appointment times available at two different campuses to help you record and produce your video.
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Innovation in Video

Explore different ways you can engage your students with video.

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Explore different ways you can engage your students with video.
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Learning Design

See how learning design philosophy can be used in your course.

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See how learning design philosophy can be used in your course.
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News and Events

ASU faculty and staff submit 175+ proposals to use ChatGPT Enterprise 

The Arizona State University (ASU) community embraced the AI Innovation Challenge with enthusiasm, submitting over 175 proposals that leverage ChatGPT Enterprise. This initiative, part of ASU’s collaboration with OpenAI, aims to incorporate advanced AI tools across various university sectors. With over 100 projects selected, the challenge represents a significant step towards integrating AI in enhancing educational practices, research methodologies, and operational efficiencies. This reflects ASU’s commitment to pioneering in AI-driven innovation, focusing on impactful advancements that align with the university’s vision and values, and demonstrating the potential for AI to revolutionize teaching, learning, and administrative tasks.

ASU faculty and staff submit 175+ proposals to use ChatGPT Enterprise 

The Arizona State University (ASU) community embraced the AI Innovation Challenge with enthusiasm, submitting over 175 proposals that leverage ChatGPT Enterprise. This initiative, part of ASU’s collaboration with OpenAI, aims to incorporate advanced AI tools across various university sectors. With over 100 projects selected, the challenge represents a significant step towards integrating AI in enhancing educational practices, research methodologies, and operational efficiencies. This reflects ASU’s commitment to pioneering in AI-driven innovation, focusing on impactful advancements that align with the university’s vision and values, and demonstrating the potential for AI to revolutionize teaching, learning, and administrative tasks.

Academic Innovators: Helen Chavez

Helen Chavez, an Assistant Teaching Professor, passes on her knowledge to engineers in their first year. Throughout the term, students delve deeply into the intricacies of responsible engineering through a hands-on, team-based 10-week-long project. The pursuit of inclusion and diversity is necessary, as visually impaired individuals experience the struggle of navigation in a world not inherently designed to accommodate them.

Hub in the News: Peter van Leusen on Courseware Selection

Peter van Leusen is the Director of Digital Learning Initiatives at the Learning and Teaching Hub and a member of the CourseGateway Governance Board where he contributes his experience identifying practices and technology solutions that can serve the most students. In a recent article, he sheds light on the challenges and opportunities posed by the rapid growth of Fulton's engineering programs and the role of courseware.

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