Try IT: Academic Tech for Active Learning
Try IT: Academic Tech for Active Learning, the new event series from ATS, will hold its first installments April 20 and 27, from 3:30 to 5:00, in Crerar 298 and Zoom. Visit the Teaching with Technology site to learn more and RSVP!
New and Updated Workshops for 2022-23
ATS is offering many new and updated workshops on teaching with technology in the 2022-23 academic year. Visit our workshop schedule page to see upcoming offerings!
LinkedIn Learning at UChicago
LinkedIn Learning is free for all members of the UChicago community, and can help your students master new skills to meet your course learning goals.
ATS Office Hours Available
Drop by ATS Office Hours to ask your questions about teaching with technology. Both in-person and virtual hours are available, and no appointment is needed.
Teaching in Multiple Modalities
ATS offers training in Canvas, Zoom, Panopto, and other technologies related to digital pedagogy, as well as classroom AV. Sign up for training
At office hours (in-person or virtual), you can get one-on-one help with any questions you have about technology and teaching. Learn more about Office Hours
Instructional Design Consultations
New Quarter FAQs: How to Create Your Canvas Course, Copy Content, and More
For instructors here at UChicago, preparing for the new quarter can be a hectic process. In order to make the technology side of that process as quick and stress-free for you as possible, we’d like to offer a few handy resources for some of the most common concerns...
Retrieve Videos from the Panopto Archive
If you are using Panopto, the University’s video management system, you should be aware of UChicago’s archiving policy for Panopto videos. If a video has not been viewed for 13 months, it will automatically be archived. This policy, initially in place for Panopto...
AI-Resistant Assignments? Show Student Thinking and Promote Better Writing with UChicago-Supported Tools
ATS instructional designer Thomas Keith and digital pedagogy fellow Sarah McDaniel contributed content to this article. If you’re an instructor who values the idea of writing-to-learn in your pedagogy, recent news of higher-quality AI-generated writing may have you...
Center for Digital Accessibility
The Center for Digital Accessibility (CDA) is expanding onboarding to Siteimprove, the University’s enterprise accessibility tool, which can identify issues with your websites for courses, labs, blogs, and more. To learn more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AY 2022-23 Workshops
Academic Technology Solutions has designed workshops to help instructors explore digital teaching tools in the 2022-23 academic year. Faculty, instructors, teaching assistants, and support staff can view our schedule of current offerings or view recordings of past offerings.
Classroom AV Updates
Registrar-scheduled campus classrooms that are in use for in-person classes have received video conferencing equipment updates. Instructional videos and written instructions are available to help students learn how to use them.