How We Help

A woman uses a touch panel screen

The Office of Instructional Innovation is the first stop for CoE instructors who want to use technology to support teaching and learning. The Office of Instructional Innovation offers a wide variety of services, ranging from drop in visits for help with software, to consultations for planning a technology-rich course syllabus or supporting college-wide initiatives to foster 21st century learning. Some examples of recent activities include:

 

  • A young woman sits at a table with her laptop. Worked with Curriculum & Instruction faculty to devise effective strategies for using interactive whiteboards in instruction
  • Brought together a cross-college faculty working group to study mobile learning in higher education
  • Met with Educational Psychology representatives to determine the classroom technology options best suited for their teaching goals
  • Helped teacher education students understand the legal and ethical ramifications of their use of social media, through online training and face-to-face discussions
  • Worked with a Special Education faculty member to plan a course unit on teaching in online environments
  • Showed an Educational Administration faculty member the technology options and requirements for providing a streaming video feed to students who cannot attend a class face-to-face
  • Provided teacher education students in-class training on how to use iMovie to document their teaching practice.
  • Helped a Kinesiology and Health Education faculty member redesign her course materials to shift from Blackboard to Canvas