There are numerous resources at Penn State to support faculty and graduate students in the effective use of technology for teaching and research.
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TLT helps Penn State instructors take advantage of information technology to enrich the educational experience of their students. Teaching and Learning with Technology services include:
- Consultations and pilot projects with faculty exploring emerging technologies
- Support and training on platforms and tools
- Multiple events that explore how technology can enhance the teaching and learning experience
Penn State’s learning management system, which replaced ANGEL, makes it easy for instructors to post course materials online, facilitate class communication and teamwork, collect student work, gauge student progress, manage a gradebook, and extend learning beyond the classroom.
A web publishing platform that allows students and faculty to create blogs and websites easily, powered by WordPress.
Makes it easy to create and interact with online presentations. Faculty are using VoiceThread to create new forms of conversations online.
Allows you to post audio and video content that students can subscribe to.
A web-based writing assessment tool with options for online grading and commenting, creation of peer review assignments, and reports for determining assignment originality.
Can be used in the classroom to gauge student knowledge on a topic, provide instant feedback, improve class interaction and participation, and promote more thoughtful discussion.
An app that can be used with any Windows or Macintosh computer so that you can control the podium computer with an iPad from anywhere in the room. With Doceri, you can launch any document or app, annotate over it, and save the annotations.
Provides collaborative spaces, media production equipment, training, and consultations at all Penn State undergraduate locations.
A unique technology designed to be as simple and intuitive to use as possible and allows the user to control lights, camera, and audio with the push of a single button for student, faculty, and staff video recording.
Provides workshops, online training, and consultations on the use of a variety of software and apps, teaching technologies, Penn State administrative systems, and more.
A group devoted to creating and exploring games as tools to improve teaching, learning and research.
Online video tutorials on Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and hundreds more topics to active Penn State faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.