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Like many faculty teaching remotely, I faced challenges with student engagement, participation, and feedback, as well as balancing planned and impromptu course activities. In response, I explored using Google Docs to create productive and playful collaborative spaces inspired by Marie Foulston’s informal “Party in a Shared Google Doc” social experiment.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
UNLV Office of Faculty Affairs
Student engagement; Google Docs
Communication Technology and New Media | Community-Based Learning | Education | Higher Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Kilker, Julian, "Engaging Remote Students through Planning and Play Using Shared Google Docs" (2021). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 146.
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