Assistance with identifying, implementing and using discipline-specific and college-wide technologies for research and teaching.
Training on use of a variety of strategies, including active learning techniques, screencasting, polling tools, social media "backchannels," blogs and more. Information on best practices.
Research to identify and evaluate appropriate technology tools to support faculty-specified teaching and research needs, whether for a specific discipline, or to support such activities across disciplines. Consultation and basic training on uses as resources allow. Examples: identify best tool for creating animations to illustrate a biology concept; identify game that teaches about election campaign strategies; identify polling tool with a given set of parameters; evaluate whether a publisher's multimedia can be integrated with ECLearn.
ATIG services are limited to those that directly support the teaching and research activities of faculty.