Instructional Technology

Instructional technology can enhance course design, student engagement and learning. We've organized some resources for different instructional technologies. Please take a look at them below:

Interactive Learning

Surveys and polls can be used as a tool to assess student learning, receive student feedback, or collect responses and questions for inquiry-based learning.

Collaborative Learning

Collaborative editing technology provide students real-time experiential learning on working in groups to complete projects such as presentations or papers.

Online discussion spaces provide both synchronous and asynchronous social learning environments outside of the classroom.

Digital Portfolios

Student portfolios are great tools for students to reflect on their learning/growth and instructors to assess student performance across the duration of the course.

Course Design Tools

YouTube videos are a great way to create, save, and share digital course content for hybrid, online, and flipped courses. You can share videos by sharing the URL of the YouTube page.

Course webpages are an easy way to digitally share syllabi, schedules, and open educational resources with students.