Not only does the Teaching & Learning Center support students, we also work closely with Faculty and Staff members as well. In addition to general technology support, we assist faculty members in teaching online and course design, including creating custom interactive learning objects. You can find helpful information in the “Remote Live Instruction Basic Training“ course on your Canvas dashboard. We also offer the certification course required of all online faculty. You can contact us at the above email and phone number.
The Teaching & Learning Center now has two Revolution Lightboard Studios!
Faculty can use these lightboards to prerecord virtual lecture content. Write on a glass pane and the recorded video image is reversed for students! Use these to develop lecture material with straightforward writing or to annotate PowerPoints.
You can also use the lightboards to deliver live Zoom lectures, and see your students on a floor monitor!
Need to borrow a webcam, tablet, or microphone? Please fill in our Instructional Technology Loan Request form and we will get you what you need.
Faculty are now automatically enrolled in their Canvas shells. If you have a special course request (cross-listing, master shells) please use our online order form.
Please format your Word file according to standard formatting for Respondus and we can convert it for you, regardless of whether or not you are using Lockdown Browser!
Share your exam documents with us via our Test Conversion Request Form and we will convert them for you!
The Teaching and Learning Center offers numerous professional development opportunities, including group workshops and one-on-one workshops at your convenience to assess and enhance your classroom teaching.
Please see our schedule of upcoming workshops or view recordings of previous sessions below:
The TLC is pleased to announce Ally, the latest integration with Canvas, which makes course content more accessible for students. Please see the attachment for faculty to learn how Ally can check the accessibility of your course content and get tips on how to improve accessibility where needed. Students can also use the Ally integration to access course content in alternative formats, including audio and electronic braille. Also attached is a tutorial that you may share with students about how to access alternative formats.
Using Zoom with Logitech Conference Camera
Using Zoom with Epson Document Cameras