The Digital File

The Digital File

Fulfilling the Promise of Online Learning

An ongoing series showcasing how the College and TC faculty have transitioned and adapted to virtual teaching with innovative approaches that are bringing online teaching and learning to a new level.

Framing the Issue


Virtual Macy Art Gallery

Mission Virtually Accomplished

TC moved at warp speed to take its courses online. Now the College is redefining virtual instruction.

Angel Wang virtual PhD defense

Zoom Times at TC

How Academic Technology Services and other TCIT offices helped put the College in position to work online

Calendar with Nine Days Marked

Nine Days in March

How TC moved all its courses online

Faculty Profiles

With assistance from the Office of Digital Learning, TC faculty members are creating dynamic and innovative online student learning experiences. Read our case examples:  


Farmers Market Pam Koch

An Online Nutrition Course That Entices Students to the Table

Working with TC’s Office of Digital Learning, Pam Koch reimagined her course on how to teach about food and nutrition

Cate Crowley is connected to Colombia

In an Online Course, TC Students Conduct Speech Therapy Virtually with Children in Colombia

Small Screen, Big Mission: A professor’s humanitarian work continues with help from TC's Office of Digital Learning

Student Project Speech Analysis

Speaking Up

She lived in a country silenced by oppression. Now Erika Levy helps kids with speech disorders use “a big mouth and strong voice” — an approach that shapes her online teaching.

Diabetes Word Cloud

Class Discussion

For Jane K. Dickinson, improving diabetes care is all about language. She brings the same mindset to teaching online

Yoon Collaging Experience

Building Community in a Remote Classroom

Early childhood education professor Haeny Yoon applies principles such as “joy” and “play” to her online teaching

Detra Price-Dennis 1200

Staying Plugged In

Detra Price-Dennis has provided hope and counsel to K-12 teachers during a daunting time

Detra Price Dennis virtual course children's books

Ready for Prime Time

How five TC faculty members are taking online teaching to the next level

Online Learning Student Perspectives

TC students shared their experiences with online learning as the College transitioned to virtual teaching in spring 2020.

Briana Freso

Briana Freso

M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Lissy Hodge

Lissy Hodge

M.A. in Mathematics Education with an Elementary Specialization

Manny Zapata

Manny Zapata

M.A. in Education Policy

Taylor Garlow

Taylor Garlow

M.S. student in Nutrition Education

Allie Vaknin

Allie Vaknin

Ed.M. student in Mental Health Counseling

Brooke Hayman

Brooke Hayman

M.S. student in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Students in a cafe

Joey Eisman

M.A. in Cognitive Science in Education

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