Faculty members often hear about a Web 2.0 solution or new technology tool for instruction or research, but they are unsure what it is, how it works or how they can use it effectively in their teaching. TLT is available to meet with faculty to determine which new technology may best solve their teaching challenges, regardless of whether they occur in your face-to-face, online, or hybrid courses. TLT can also help by creating student tutorials to help facilitate the use of the technology.
The Instructional Technologists of TLT endeavor to meet the unique needs of each faculty member to achieve his/her technological and pedagogical objectives: innovation, life-long learning, pedagogy, collaboration and assessment.
We provide hands-on, one-on-one consultations (by appointment) for faculty either in their office, the Faculty Technology Center, or their classrooms. These consultations can range from OAKS instruction to solving a pedagogical need you have in your teaching. Just contact the Instructional Technologist for your school to schedule an appointment.
Instructional technology can be used to maximize the effectiveness of teaching, research, assessment, and curricular outcomes. TLT is available to advise faculty on the use of technology to support research goals and to collaborate with faculty on research publications. Just contact the Instructional Technologist for your school to schedule an appointment.