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update on San Francisco Calculus project

Posted by: tcarey
Date: 1/30/2008 1:12 pm
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Project co-Leader Eric Hsu reports that several other CSU campuses have been interacting with the SFSU team, including Joanne Becker (San Jose State), Brigitte Lahme (Sonoma State) and Bill Fisher (Chico). Two sections of the transformed SFSU Calculus course will be offered in Fall 2008, in blended sections on Tuesday and Thursday.

 More details are available in the Interim Project report posted on the SFSU project site, and in the video introduction on both the project site and our CSU Transforming Course Design program site.


Posted by: Visitor on 5/22/2019 3:46 am

The first draft of the curriculum map was completed and Lori Townsend began working with the software needed to build interactive modules, including Camtasia & Captivate.  She also began examining digital learning objects already built by other libraries, especially those in Australia & New Zealand, for possible re-use in the program.  In line with the goals for the project, the CSUEB library is also developing modules for general use among all campus faculty.  Kyzyl Fenno-Smith, a team member, is working with Stephanie Braisley on the Information Literacy Initiative at the Chancellor's Office, which will hopefully result in systemwide digital learning objects. Download Temple Run 2 new version.

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