Choosing the most appropriate technology to support learning and teaching will depend on how your program or course will be delivered, how you like to teach, the learning outcomes, and the assessments and activities selected. Content can be delivered asynchronously or synchronously using various technology and there are various ways for you and your students to communicate, collaborate, and give feedback.
Review CITL’s Technology Resources site and connect with a Learning Technology Coach for information on the technology supported at Memorial. Becoming familiar with the technology available and the strengths and limitations for educational use will enable you to meaningfully integrate technology into learning, teaching and assessment. Ultimately, course content and pedagogy (instructional strategies and practices) inform your selection of technology.
Some of these resources are also found in other areas of this site.
- Remote Instruction via Asynchronous and Synchronous Technologies
Which technologies should I consider when teaching remotely?
- Zoom Bombing
What should I keep in mind when considering web conferencing tool?
- Protect Your Synchronous Session
How can I ensure my synchronous online session is safe?
- Assistive Technologies
What should I know about increasing my course’s accessibility for all?
- Learning Object Repositories
What are learning object repositories?
- Providing Feedback Electronically
What are the methods and technologies for providing eFeedback?
- Electronic Portfolio (eP; ePortfolio)
What are ePortfolios and how would I use one in my course?