Programs: Innovative Teaching with Technology
Are you interested in having your students create multimedia assignments? Do you have a challenging instructional concept that could be more easily explained with the aid of a digital model? Would you like to develop skills in using technology to support teaching and learning? The Academic Technology group is now accepting proposals for its programs offering support for innovations in teaching and learning.
Go to the proposal form.
Overview of programs
Academic MultiMedia Program (AMP)
Facilitates the integration of multimedia assignments into courses across multiple disciplines and departments.
The TechTA program funds undergraduate teaching assistants to work with faculty exploring the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.
Instructional Technology (BIT) Grants
Instructors have digital projects created for their courses. Project work completed for courses by Student Technology Assistants include website design, computer animation, digitization of materials, video production, and MyCourses site design.
Academic Technology UTRA
Funds an undergraduate student to help integrate instructional technology into courses.
Explores pedagogical foundation for effective use of technology in teaching and learning, and identifies and develops technological solutions to meet course goals.