The team evaluates teaching and learning technologies for pedagogical uses, scalability, and support needs, engaging students and faculty throughout the process.
OIT Academic Technology Initiatives (ATI) is partnering with Academic Technology Applications (ATA), to investigate what features of the Turnitin service faculty rely on in their classes and to determine if the university, faculty, and students are receiving optimal value for the cost of providing this service.
Usage on campus of Gradescope, a grading software that improves management of paper-based exams and homework, has steadily increased since 2018, particularly as a solution during emergency remote teaching. OIT was asked to consider supporting the tool and obtaining a campus license, so ATAD evaluated the software.
The Academic Technology Applications (ATAP) team wanted to create a set of templates for CU instructors to make Cidi Labs easier to use, and to improve the student experience in Canvas. They asked the Learning Experience Designers (LxDs) to gather data to inform the template design, and to perform user testing on the templates before launching.
Do you want your video content to actively support your teaching? Are you looking for a way to track student engagement with video assignments? Would you like be able to structure video lessons to improve student learning? The ATDT piloted PlayPosit as an interactive video tool solution for the CU Boulder campus. Learn more about the pilot and its results.