Faculty Receive Exemplary Course Program Awards
Education technology company Anthology recognizes engaging and innovative courses that drive student success
Three faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences are receiving Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Awards for courses that demonstrate best practices in course design, interaction & collaboration, assessment and learner support.
Education technology company Anthology is recognizing English faculty member April Burke for her course “TEL 301: Teaching Multilingual Learners: Grades PK-6” and Anthropology faculty members Rachel Caspari and Cathy Willermet for their course “ANT 171 Human Origins: Introduction to Biological Anthropology.”
For nearly two decades, the Exemplary Course Program has honored faculty from schools, colleges, and universities around the world who develop engaging and innovative courses that represent the very best in technology and learning. To be considered for the honor, applicants must be a user of the Blackboard Learn by Anthology learning management system.
“These educators represent some of the very best when it comes to developing courses that engage learners and drive student success,” said Jim Brigadier, President of Global Markets at Anthology. “At Anthology, we’re proud to announce the 2023 cohort of Exemplary Course Program Award winners and thank them for their commitment to engaging students and helping them achieve their goals.”
To learn more, visit Anthology’s Exemplary Course Program website.