May 2017
Published Date 
May, 2017
ACE Online Course Evaluations

Understanding Your ACE Online Reports

With the spring semester coming to a close, the ACE Online program will begin making reports available to instructors starting May 22, 2017. In order to access these reports, instructors will need to log into the ACE Online program. Once logged in, instructors will have access to a variety of...Read more

Zoom now integrated into ICON

New Web Conferencing Solution

At the end of the spring 2017 semester, the Blackboard Collaborate integration with ICON will discontinue and be replaced with Zoom. Zoom is an application that will allow users to host and attend meetings and webinars.

Zoom enables users to:

Host and attend meetings with up to 50...Read more
Center for Teaching Lending Library

2017 Summer Read-a-Thon: OTLT Picks

Stock up on your summer reading list with the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology book recommendations – some available for checkout in the Center for Teaching’s Lending Library, located in 2080 UCC....Read more

Kyle Rector demonstrates Eyes-Free Yoga class using Microsoft Kinect

Maintaining Balance

The process of balancing more than one task requires careful planning, experience, and commitment. Much like balancing two objects, maintaining balance in the professional world also can be a challenge.

For Assistant Professor of Computer Science Kyle Rector, however, balancing teaching...Read more

A Digital Learning Innovation: Success at Iowa

Leading the Way at 2017 Unizin Innovations Summit

UI faculty and staff recently attended the 2017 Unizin Innovations Summit: Changing for the Future of Higher Education in Denver, CO. The theme for this year’s Innovations Summit was “How we can move forward together to create better digital teaching and learning environments by implementing...Read more

TILE Feedback Shaping New TILE Program Initiatives

TILE Feedback Shaping New TILE Program Initiatives

As the TILE (Transform, Interact, Learn, Engage) Program nears its seventh anniversary, faculty feedback remains crucial to the program’s success. In December of 2016, The Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology invited 386 instructors to partake in a survey...Read more