Virtual Hub

The following videos are from a variety of MOBTS virtual initiatives. You are welcome view the videos, share them, and use them as you see fit as resources in management education.

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MOBTS Virtual Events

MOBTS Virtual Events: The Deans Panel on the Impact of COVID-19 in Academia

MOBTS Business Meeting at vMOBTS 2020

University of Surrey CMEdu & MOBTS | A look into this collaborative effort

Paul Donovan's Seminar on Experiential Learning in the Large Classroom Using Performative Pedagogy

Inside the Manuscript Sessions

Journal of Management Education Special Issue: Mental Health and Psychological Well-Being among Management Students and Educators

Using Kahoot! in the Classroom to Create Engagement and Active Learning

Journal of Management Education 2020 Roethlisberger Award Winning Session

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vMOBTS Opening Remarks

The Fellows Session: Casting Practice in a Co-starring Role with Theory

“Can We Talk?” Part I of a Symposium on COVID-19 and Faculty Mental Health from a 360 Perspective

“Can We Talk?” Part II of a Symposium on COVID-19 and Faculty Mental Health from a 360 Perspective

Designing on Online Course: A New Approach

Setting the Tone: Best Practices for Stimulating Student Engagement on the 1st Day of Class

How to Talk About Capitalism

Gamify Your Class Within Your Course Management System

vMOBTS 2020: Conducting Peer Evaluations with the TEAMMATES App

Teaching Critical Thinking

Classroom of Chaos: Utilizing chaos theory and systems tools in curriculum delivery

Innovating and Collaborating in Business Education for a Sustainable / Flourishing / Regenerating World

Our Teacher, Peter B. Vaill (1936-2020)

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Rethinking Undergraduate Induction Week 2020: High Engagement When Fully Online

Why Don’t My Digitally Capable Students Use Better Information?...Embedding Information Literacy

Reflections On Remote Teaching of Business Master's Programme During Covid-19 Lockdown

Imagery and Metaphor - Engaging Undergraduates In Responsibility For Their Own Learning