Academic Technology Solutions, the Chicago Center for Teaching, and the University of Chicago Library have designed a program of workshops to help instructors prepare to teach in the Winter Quarter.
Remote and Hybrid Teaching
“Social Annotation: Tools for Teaching Reading” was a collaboration between Remote Humanities and Academic Technology Solutions. For more on this event, see “Reflections in Online Pedagogy: Social Annotation Panel Recap” on the Remote Humanities blog. During the...
The week of March 1-5 will feature numerous events on topics in digital pedagogy. Come to learn more about Zoom, Panopto, the social annotation tool Hypothes.is, and the classroom polling tool Poll Everywhere. All workshops and discussions will be held online via...
The Issue and Cause If you are using the latest Apple Mac computers equipped with the latest Apple M1 CPU chip--these include MacBook Air (2020), MacBook Pro 13" (2020), and Mac Mini (2020)--you are likely to be experiencing issues with using the Panopto desktop...
ATS will continue piloting Hypothesis — open-source software that allows for collaborative annotation on online documents such as web pages and PDFs — through the end of Autumn Quarter 2020. Hypothesis is integrated with Canvas. Faculty and instructors can request to join the pilot for their courses by filling out the Join the Hypothesis Pilot Form. To learn more about Hypothesis at UChicago, see: Use the Hypothesis-Canvas Integration.
Academic Technology Solutions, the Chicago Center for Teaching, and the University of Chicago Library have designed workshops to help instructors prepare to teach in the Autumn Quarter. Faculty, instructors, teaching assistants, and support staff can register and view training at Teaching Remotely. Follow our recommended paths if you would like guidance on which workshops to attend.