Digital Education

The digital education team at the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) works towards promoting excellence in teaching by integrating instructional technologies and supporting digital education. This aligns with the AUC strategic pillars of Innovation and Quality of Education.

CLT provides services and programs that support faculty in designing, developing and piloting courses through a variety of instructional strategies and technologies and serves as a campus resource to disseminate educational technologies.

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      Blended and Online Learning

      Blended learning, also referred to as hybrid and mixed-mode instruction lacks a unified definition. AUC defines blended learning as a combination of face-to-face and online instruction.

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      Technology Enhancement

      The Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) provides faculty members with one-on-one consultations that help explore opportunities for integrating various technologies into teaching.

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      Video Proofing

      Video Services

      Through an ASHA grant, the (CLT) has established a general video production studio that is planned to serve The American University in Cairo's (AUC) faculty members working on developing high-quality video and audio for instructional purposes; specifically for blended and online courses.

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      Student Technology Assistant Program

      STAs provide one-on-one training sessions to faculty members on the use of technology in their courses. Training sessions take place at the instructor's convenience, in terms of pace and time. STAs provide those sessions via Zoom. 

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      Digital Literacies Toolkit

      The digital literacies toolkit aims to facilitate the integration of digital literacies into courses by providing templates, guidelines, rubrics and additional resources for faculty members to adapt for their own courses. Resources may be used for in-class activities, formative assessments, or summative assessments, and where appropriate, examples of how this resource can or has been used in different disciplines are provided.

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