Who we are

Student Technology Consultants are undergraduate staff members who are here to help faculty, graduate instructors, and teaching assistants in the College of Arts & Sciences figure out when and how technology can be used in their classroom. STCs provide suggestions and/or recommendations about technologies that support faculty members' teaching goals, students' learning styles, and course structures. Meet the team!

What we do

Student Technology Consultants are here to improve the undergraduate student experience. You can learn about how the “students as partners” framework informs our work or listen to CU faculty member Beth Osnes share about her experience with the STCs. Through the Technology Integration Program, STCs provide training and support to help students and instructors use new technologies in the classroom. The Visualizing Instructional Practices Services (VIP) provides visual representations of data observed in your classroom. We also produce media content focused on helping students optimize their learning experience, which you may pass along to your students. STCs also perform individual tech consultations, which you can request below, to find out what technologies best fit your instructional goals.

Check out our student support resources!

Technologies we support

WordPress | Website design platform Audacity | Free audio-editing tool Adobe Audition | Paid audio-editing tool GitHub | Web developing platform Adobe Premiere | Video-editing software Google Maps | Web mapping system Story Maps | Integrated multimedia maps Canva | Web graphic design tool Wikipedia | Online encyclopedia Plickers | Clicker activity system Mentimeter | Remote presentation input Kubi | Remote presence aid Flipgrid | Video discussion tool

How to partner with us

Contact us if you’re interested in partnering with a Student Technology Consultant by requesting a consultation or by phone at 303-735-3813.

Request a Student Technology Consultant