The primary mission and goals of Academic Technologies are to strategically support Ohio University faculty effectively incorporating innovative teaching strategies, educational research, and technology into courses to enhance teaching and learning.
*Collaborate with faculty and departments to make recommendations on educational best practices and provide instructional resources and technologies to support teaching and learning.
*Provide consultation services for faculty in instructional design, teaching strategies and implementation of innovative technologies to meet academic and curricular goals.
*Collaborate with faculty on original educational research.
*Facilitate academic training and best practices workshops to support faculty in using technology and new teaching strategies.
*AT collaborates with faculty on large-scale course development initiatives. These projects are contractual between faculty and a design team and involve an extended timeframe with well-defined, measurable learning goals and incorporate research-based pedagogical strategies.
Academic Technologies offers the following:
*Academic events for faculty (brown bag lunches, faculty learning communities, etc.)
*One-on-one course consultations to incorporate technology to enhance teaching and learning
*Faculty showcases: Spotlighting innovative uses of technology in the classroom for the enhancement of teaching and learning
We work collaboratively with the Faculty Technology Advisory Group (FTAG), eLearning and the Center for Teaching & Learning to advance technological best practices for faculty, staff, and students. We can be reached at AT@ohio.edu.
Looking for assistance in incorporating Quality Matters Standards into your Blackboard course?
Join Academic Technologies on February 6, 2015 from 11am-12:30pm in Alden Library 301U. This session will discuss best practices and strategies when incorporating Quality Matter standards into your Blackboard course.
Registration is required for the session, please register using the following link