Learning Technology Help

Service Description

Faculty interested in discussing ideas and/or who need assistance utilizing technologies within instruction and/or research can request Learning Technology support here. This support includes such things as one-on-one technology consultations and trainings (e.g., Nexus, Blogs, Clickers, Lecture Capture, etc.), and assistance with integrating technology within learning activities.  See the list of learning technologies supported.

In addition, Learning Technologies staff and a small Learning Technology Student Consultant (LTSC) team work with alumni of the Faculty Development Institute (FDI) to help faculty rethink and redesign learning experiences that provide more opportunities for learners to make their thinking visible and demonstrate mastery through transfer and application of conceptual understandings to new, authentic situations. The LTSC team offers direct assistance to students asked to leverage digital media and technologies within assignments by providing proactive coaching and support including in-class demos, one-on-one consultations, individual feedback, custom handouts, video tutorials, and other digital resources (e.g., mini-web sites, aggregating customized resources, etc.).  For more information, please visit the LTSC Website.

Authorized Users

Faculty

Documentation

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Support

Learning Technologies staff can consult with faculty on a variety of  teaching strategies and technologies. A few of the areas of expertise of our Learning Technologies staff are highlighted above. However, if you aren't sure what you need, all you need to do is contact the Learning Technologies staff through this request and we'd be happy to help you conceptualize your instructional design into engaging and meaningful learning experiences for your students! 

If you require support for Nexus, click the [Request Service] button to the right. In addition, the Learning Technologies staff offices are located on the first floor of Steinmetz Hall, within the Learning Technologies and Environments suite in room 110.