This session will focus on Top Hat’s ability to offer interactive content for Rutgers University courses while allowing for granular customization of material for specific course needs.
Digitized, affordable platform content contains interactive elements along with the ability to assess students’ knowledge on a continual basis, driving course outcomes via student engagement. Offering an all-in-one experience, the Top Hat platform can be used before, during, and after class to address Active Learning through student participation using customized or pre-made content. The intuitive experience is seamless for learners while integrating with the Canvas LMS.
The goal of this session is to empower educators to engage students, interest them in the subject matter, and unleash the full potential of learning, addressing any teaching scenario: synchronous, asynchronous, hybrid, or hy-flex.
Dr. Jenevieve DeLosSantos, Assistant Teaching Professor of Art History and Director of Special Pedagogic Projects from the Office of Undergraduate Education, SAS, will show her course and share her experience and success with Top Hat.