|Title||Start Date & Time||End Date & Time|
|Service Restored: Red Hat Licensing Issues||Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 9:20am||Saturday, December 29, 2018 - 10:58am|
|Service Maintenance Scheduled: Networks in Multiple Buildings||Monday, November 26, 2018 - 6:00pm||Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 10:00pm|
Learning Technology Consultants (LTCs) are dedicated to assisting instructors with using campus-supported teaching and learning technologies. As a part of the Academic Technology Application Team, we offer a spectrum of support from departmental trainings to one-on-one consultations. Many of us are instructors and have taught at CU Boulder, so we have an intimate knowledge of how technology can be used to facilitate teaching and learning. Learn more about our services below to find the help that would work best for you.
Interested in a Canvas, PlayPosit, Voicethread or other training? We offer a variety of trainings and workshops, ranging from an overview of basic functionalities, such as the gradebook and quizzes, to maximizing student engagement by leveraging groups and collaborations.
Interested in a Canvas training for your department? We would be happy to work with your department to either facilitate one of our workshops or develop a custom training tailored to your department’s needs.
Interested in a consultation with a Learning Technology Consultant? Our team is available for one-on-one consultations with faculty members, instructors, TAs, and staff either in-person or via Zoom web conferencing. You can also call or email us with your technology questions. We can assist you with a wide array of topics relating to CU Boulder supported technologies, including Canvas and D2L course design, exploring new tools and functionalities, maximizing student experience, and effective teaching with technology practices.
If you are interested in exploring a teaching technology that is not listed above, please contact us. We can help you find campus-supported alternatives, or we might be able to work with you to pilot this new technology.
Learning Technology Consultant
Nodin de Saillan is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Department of English and a research assistant in the Center for the Study of Origins. His research focuses on the historical interactions between humans and animals in medieval and early modern Europe. As an LTC, Nodin works primarily on creating online tutorials to aid instructors in getting the most out of learning and teaching technologies.
Lead Learning Technology Consultant
Natalie Sharp is a third-year MFA Creative Writing student in the Department of English and a former graduate instructor (ENGL 1191; ENGL 2021). Her poetry and scholarly research are centered around LGBTQ studies, Blackness, and embodied poetics. As one of two Lead LTCs, she is a primary training facilitator and feels excited about the potential for such technologies as Canvas and integrations like VoiceThread to create immersive, engaged educational experiences for faculty and students alike. As a native of Savannah, GA, Natalie is also a Waffle House enthusiast.
Learning Technology Consultant
Tarah Dykeman completed her Master’s degree in English Literature at CU Boulder in May 2018. Her research interests include the evolution of the university classroom, and literary and cultural theory. Previously, Tarah conducted discovery work on the student experience in large lecture courses on campus and supported other projects, including the Kubi Pilot and the Pathway to Space Course Design, as a Learning Experience Design Graduate Assistant. In her current role of Kubi Service Manager, Tarah works to provide remote presence technology to students who are unable to physically attend class and supports the LTC team.
Lead Learning Technology Consultant
Marcus Williams is in his final semester of graduate school, pursuing an MFA. As one of the lead LTCs, he has worked with ALTEC to migrate all of the Language Placement Exams to Canvas and is currently helping New Student & Family Programs migrate the New Student Welcome Experience from D2L to Canvas. He has also led over 20 campus-wide and department-specific Canvas trainings. In his spare time, Marcus collects hats. (He has over 30!)
Learning Technology Consulting Service Manager
Viktoriya Oliynyk has worked at the intersection of teaching and technology at CU Boulder for over 8 years. She joined ATAP as the Learning Technology Consulting Service Manager in December 2017. In addition to leading the LTC team, Viktoriya works on developing and improving the LTC service. With the ever changing technology landscape, Viktoriya also frequently works with her ATAP colleagues to evaluate new tech tools to bring to the campus. Currently she’s leading a CidiLabs design tools pilot. Viktoriya is originally from Ukraine, where she earned her B.S. in Documentation and Information Technology and M.S. in Education Management from Lviv Polytechnic National University. Viktoriya also has an M.Ed. in College Student Services Administration, with a minor in Business Administration, from Oregon State University. When not on campus, Viktoriya can be found on local playgrounds and hiking trails with her husband and daughter.
Associate Director of the Academic Technology Applications Program
Aisha Jackson is the Associate Director of the Academic Technology Applications Program (ATAP) with the Office of Information Technology. In addition to the Learning Technology Consultants, she manages the application administration group, the campus captioning service, and Kubi Remote Presence. Before managing ATAP, Aisha served as a Project Manager and Academic Technology Consultant. Prior to her time at CU Boulder, she was a Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of the West Indies’s St. Augustine campus in Trinidad and Tobago, where she also served as the campus Information and Communications Technology Trainer. Aisha has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Flagler College, and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Educational Technology and Teacher Education, from the University of Florida. She earned her Doctorate in Education from the University of Colorado Denver’s Educational Leadership program and specialized in Professional Learning and Technology. Outside of the office, Aisha enjoys planning (and taking) isolated beach vacations.
You can reach us by contacting the IT Service Center. Call (303) 735-4357 or 5-HELP from any campus phone, or email email@example.com and request LTC assistance.