Academic Technology is a unit within OIT. It provides support and services to further the teaching and learning mission of the entire CU-Boulder campus. The Academic Technology group offers support and consultation services on effective use of all campus IT services, provides professional development opportunities, engages in action-oriented research to help shape campus IT, and encourages effective technology use in teaching and learning.
Academic Technology Consultants (ATCs) provide support to the campus through one-on-one consultations, leading IT events and trainings, aiding in the development and implementation of IT projects, and by researching technologies to further faculty teaching efforts. Find your school's dedicated ATC by visiting the Academic Technology Consultants page.
Prof2Prof is a blog shared by professors, researchers, and staff about their experiences with, and musings about, emerging technologies. Visit the Prof2Prof blog where you can view posts on teaching with social networks, creating accessible web content, and much more.
The AT Research group works to provide reviews and studies of an ever-changing IT environment. Visit the Academic Technology Research page to learn about research findings, reviews of relevant research studies, or to suggest future studies.
With state of the art computing labs, a wide range of technology tools, IT trainings/events, decision making tools and much more, OIT strives to provide faculty and staff with all they need to be successful using technology in the classroom. Visit the Teaching and Learning Resources page to learn more about successfully implementing technology in the classroom.