The Instructional Technology team provides many opportunities for faculty and staff to learn about new and emerging technologies, discuss the impact of technology on pedagogy (and vice versa), and try out new tools. In addition to the following programs, we can also visit departmental meetings to help identify technology solutions to pedagogical problems or to introduce faculty to specific tools. Contact your instructional technology liaison to schedule a meeting.
This workshop series for faculty aims to provide opportunities for faculty to explore new models of teaching and learning, keep up to date on new and emerging technologies, and cultivate a collaborative and supportive atmosphere in which to explore the curricular use of technology.
The TFP is a 1.5-year program that helps faculty explore how digital technologies can be used to deepen pedagogical objectives, enhance student learning, and improve the classroom experience.
The Tempel Summer Institute is an annual, one-week immersion program for faculty. The Institute provides a pedagogical approach to the integration of new technologies into the curriculum, and is led by Information Services staff and faculty from the Technology Fellows Program.
DELI provides classes with technologies to enhance student learning. Students in participating classes are provided with such technologies as iPods, iPads, digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital camcorders.