Centre for Instructional Technology
CIT and CDTL co-organising IARU EdTech Horizons Workshop in Nov 2014
The Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL) are co-organising the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) EdTech Horizons Workshop. The workshop will be held in NUS on 13 & 14 November 2014. Visit the IARU EdTech Horizons Workshop website for more information.
Self-Recording Room at the Faculty of Science
To facilitate recording of video lectures for flipped classrooms and internal blended learning online courses (iBLOCs), CIT and the Faculty of Science have created a self-service recording room at S16. The room is equipped with equipment to allow teaching staff to create videos of their own.
Find out more at the Self-Recording Room at Science page.
Two other rooms are being planned at different Faculties and Schools.
iBLOCs for AY 14/15 Semester 1
The Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) worked with several teaching staff to launch five Internal Blended Learning Online Courses (iBLOCs) in August 2014.
These were created in collaboration with the Office of the Provost (PVO) and the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL).
The iBLOCs are flipped classrooms. Students watch video lectures before attending class. Lecture time is then used for value-added activities. The iBLOCs this semester are:
|Module Code & Title||Teaching Staff||Department & Faculty|
|ESE1001 Environmental Engineering Fundamentals||Assoc Prof Karina GIN||Environmental Science & Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering
|IS1103FC Computing and Society||Assoc Prof Irene WOON Mei Yen
Dr Anand RAMCHAND
School of Computing
|PR1110 Foundations for Medicinal Chemistry||Assoc Prof Giorgia PASTORIN
Assoc Prof CHUI Wai Keung
Assoc Prof Christina CHAI Li Lin
Faculty of Science
|PR2101 Dosage Form Design I||Assoc Prof CHAN Lai Wah
Dr LOH Zhi Hui
Faculty of Science
|SSA1207FC Singapore Literature in English: Selected Texts||Assoc Prof Ismail TALIB||English Language & Literature,
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences