ThinqStudio – teaching and learning in the future tense

How universities, faculty and students adapt in the internet age is a point of speculation and evolution.

  • How do we ensure our traditional rigor and engagement in the institution of tomorrow?
  • How do we leverage technologies to teach effectively in an on-demand society?
  • How might we rethink or reinvent education in the digital age?

These are the questions that guide the ThinqStudio community at CU Denver.

‘Startup with a blank slate’

ThinqStudio, which began as a grassroots faculty community, continues to gain momentum in this exploration. The project received a seed grant from Chancellor Dorothy Horrell in 2016-17 to initiate and lead campus conversations about the scholarship of teaching and learning in the modern age. [Check out the full article on CU Denver Today!]