Recently, Dr. Rebecca Frost Davis, Director of Instructional and Emerging Technology at St. Edward’s University was interviewed for the New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) newsletter about her experience facilitating intercampus teaching. Davis is also a fellow for the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) where her research focuses on intercampus teaching. St. Edward’s University is a member of NAC&U, a national consortium of selective small to mid-size independent colleges and universities dedicated to the purposeful integration of liberal education, professional studies, and civic engagement.
In this article, Davis discussed a variety of reasons for using intercampus teaching, including:
- To expand expertise and develop a networked community.
- To expose students to diverse perspectives.
- To expand opportunities and resources for students.
The new global digital classrooms in the Munday library offer faculty at St. Edward’s one resource for intercampus teaching. Read more about the possibilities in the full article: “Technology and Intercampus Teaching Expand Networks, Opportunities”