The Learning Technologies team provides quality instructional support services for all UWB faculty and staff. An overview of the services we provide is listed below. For any questions regarding the services provided by Learning Technologies or to get help or schedule a training or consultation session, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning Technologies can help you incorporate educational technology and learning tools into the classroom. From providing strategies for effective uses of these tools, such as with Canvas, to developing learning activities for students and helping faculty with implementing new technology into their coursework, Learning Technologies can help. Examples of consultation subjects include Blackboard, Canvas, Catalyst, Google Sites, Tegrity, blogs, clickers, wikis, and other digital media tools and services.
Whether you need help in using Blackboard or Canvas, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Final Cut Pro, Tegrity, digital camcorders or other software and hardware, Learning Technologies can provide training and/or answer questions via email, phone, or in your office. You can also stop by the IT Helpdesk and ask for Learning Technologies for one-on-one help.
The website provides resources, ideas, training material, tutorials, new innovations and more to help you be successful in using technology in teaching and learning at UWB. We also offer a blog to keep you updated on the latest news and happenings regarding technology use around the nation.
Learning Technologies develops and sponsors faculty and staff workshops which focus on integrating technology into teaching and learning. Some examples of previous workshops include Using Online Discussion Effectively, Designing Dynamic Websites with Dreamweaver, and Using Web Courseware in the Classroom, an Introduction to Blackboard. In addition, Learning Technologies often presents workshops in collaboration with the Teaching and Learning Center. Examples include Using an Audience Response System (ERS) to Discuss Controversial Topics and Using Media and Technology to Create Effective Presentations.