Explore new and emerging academic technologies with ATSS to understand their value, highlight areas of innovation at the University and externally, and provide evidence-based recommendations for advancing select technologies to enterprise-level delivery.
Demonstration videos help students learn because they can both see and hear the proper way to do things at every step. In some cases, videos can provide a better view than a live demonstration, and students can review the...
You can use a variety of tools for online small group discussions. We have outlined solutions, rated them for the effort required, and identified key considerations.
This self-help guide takes you through the basic process of building a Canvas course site from the ground up, starting with creating and linking content, building assessments, and choosing final course settings.
Take a strategic approach to create a course community that helps students work together and learn from each other.
Creating a course community in an online environment rarely happens on its own (...
Share ideas with other members of the University community who are interested in using technology for teaching and learning.
Academic Technology Support Services (ATSS) has a team of academic technologists, video and media producers, instructional designers, and project managers ready to work with faculty and instructors to design or explore options to improve teaching and learning practices through the use of technology.
Noncredit Student Administration supports non-traditional higher education by allowing colleges and non-academic units to manage courses, conferences, and other learning experiences that do not bear formal academic credit.