This page is designed to give you quick access to the Instructional Technology (IT) resources available at WWU. Please note that instructional and media design consulting is also available (x7210)
New to WWU? This page on the ATUS site will help you access the technology resources you need.
- Academic Technology & User Services (ATUS)
- Classroom & Lab Technology - classroom technology details, technology support, repairs, portable equipment (cameras, video, audio, etc.) loans
- Digital Media Center (DMC) - video and audio studio for academic use
- Help Desk - telephone, email, or web-based assistance with technology-related concerns
See also: Universal and Guest Accounts - request, activate, or delete an account
- Learning Systems
- Instructional designers and technologists to assist with teaching strategies, Canvas, and other tools
See also: Audience Response Systems, Canvas Help, Workshops and Events
- Student Technology Center - one-on-one, small group, or in-class workshops, scanning, item checkout, color or large-format printing, and video/audio technologies
See also: Training - training opportunities are listed here with registration options
- Video Services - video/audio production, conferencing, podcasting, training, cable programming
- Enterprise Infrastructure Services - internet, Voice, TV, computing, storage, cloud and identity integration, wired and wireless connectivity, and information security
- Center for Instructional Innovation & Assessment - teaching and learning strategies and ideas; see also: Innovative Teaching Showcase
Teaching Handbook Pages
- Blended/Online Learning - A collection of resources to help you engage learners and use successful strategies for teaching and assessing online or hybrid courses
- Flip Teaching - A style of teaching/learning where content is presented outside of class and class time is used for active engagement.
- Inclusive Teaching Toolkit
- Lecture Capture & Podcasting - WWU currently uses Relay 5 which allows instructors to record lectures or pre-record any screen and audio presentation and make it accessible online.
- Social Media - Overview of how social media can be used in education1
- Student Response Systems - Engage students and assess learning by allowing students to use their own devices to interact with an instructor's questions via computer software.2
- Explore other areas of the Teaching Handbook such as the Teaching Delivery, Student Engagement, and Evaluation of Learning sections.
More resources on emerging technologies in education:
- 7 Things you Should Know About..." - series by the Educause Learning Initiative
- MIT OpenCourseWare - free and open resource for discipline-specific course materials
- MERLOT - Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching
- TLT Group - American Association of Higher Education's teaching, learning, and technology affiliate