Technology for instructors
Looking for ways to enrich your classroom? IU faculty members and instructors have access to a diverse range of technologies and resources designed to enhance teaching and learning.
- Canvas, IU's new learning management system, helps boost engagement and collaboration both in and out of the classroom
- Next.IU explores the next generation of teaching and learning with tools that support the Canvas LMS
- Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) provide equal access and an inclusive environment for the IU community
By combining innovative practices with existing and emerging technologies, IU instructors can develop approaches ideal for a diverse range of students.
IU currently has two learning management systems (LMS): Canvas and Oncourse, which are digital environments where instructors and students can manage course materials and communication. The two will run in parallel until IU retires Oncourse in summer 2016.
Campus centers for teaching
The campus centers for teaching and learning provide IU faculty and instructors with consulting for pedagogical and instructional technologies.
Each teaching and learning center is a partnership between UITS Learning Technologies and relevant campus units.
Assistive Technology and
The UITS Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) provide specialized learning services for students with disabilities and the faculty and staff who support them. The ATAC offers a wide range of assistive media technologies, as well as comprehensive evaluations and consultations.
Classroom Technology Services
Almost every general purpose classroom at IU Bloomington and IUPUI features permanently installed technology, such as multimedia equipment or display devices, to assist instructors with teaching and learning. All of that hardware is maintained by Classroom Technology Services—a unit that provides training, support, and solutions for classroom technologies. CTS also offers a range of mobile technology equipment for instructional use on a first-come, first-served basis.
To find out which technologies are available in different classrooms, the CTS also provides searchable databases for both campuses.