Use Technology for Courses for Instructors
With University academic technology tools, you can create and teach, or learn, with online resources in face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.
All Services & Technologies
Record presentations, screen capture, lectures, and meetings using your computer or mobile device and share with others.
Course & Media Production
Work with video specialists to create learning resources and videos for face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses, or for other academic purposes.
Computer Labs, Learning Spaces, & Multi-user Device Fleets
Use networked computers, professional software suites, and related equipment. Faculty and staff can reserve spaces for classes and University-sponsored events.
Learning Management System (Canvas & Related Software)
Create and teach with online course sites that can include activities and materials, such as discussions, forums, gradebook, polls, presentations, quizzes, and more.
Media Processing & Management
Use a suite of tools to upload, host, and distribute videos that can be used for teaching or student assignments and submissions.
Support for Teaching with Technology
Work with a team of academic technology professionals to explore and integrate technology into teaching and learning practice, and create dynamic, media-rich learning environments for students.
Surveys & Polling Software
Collect information from a variety of audiences and enable students to provide feedback through course evaluations.
Host scheduled and ad hoc online meetings with one person or an entire group.
Academic Technology Support Services (ATSS) media production staff collaborated with Professor Wissinger to create 24short technique videos and six tip videos, which were uploaded to YouTube and embedded on the class site...
You can use a variety of tools for sending messages to a group. We have outlined solutions, rated them for effort required, and have identified key considerations.
Compare the University technologies available for sending emails to groups.
This self-help guide walks you through the process of planning, creating, and using methods of assessment and evaluation in Canvas.
Instructors often use classroom discussions to promote sharing and ideas about a subject matter. Sometimes, discussions can become rote and tedious, or engage only one or a few students and the instructor. Online...
Experts & Communities
The CEI collaborates across the University to advance effective teaching and engaged learning.
Related Services & Technologies
Create, store, and securely share files online, and collaborate with others on group projects.
Faculty Activity Reporting & Expertise
Use an online activity reporting system to maintain an accurate record of your ongoing activities and accomplishments that can be used to produce bio-sketches, accreditation reports, and more.