Teaching and Learning Technologies

We work together with our partners in the Kelvin Smith Library, the University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE), the Baker Nord Center for the Humanities, think[box], and other support staff on campus to provide faculty and students with the resources needed to maximize teaching and learning experiences at Case Western Reserve University.

From answering your questions about technologies, to assistance in developing teaching resources & rethinking your syllabus, to creating active learning environments in face-to-face, blended learning, and online courses, we are eager to help you!

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Our Services

Gain insight into the variety of teaching and learning technology services we offer.

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Classroom Technologies Resources

Clickers, TECs, and more.

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Canvas

The Learning Management System at CWRU, providing campus members the tools and resources needed for teaching and learning.

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Google Apps

Webmail, Drive, Calendar, Hangouts, Sites, and other Google Apps products.

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MediaVision Courseware

Lecture-capture and playback services.

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Video Conferencing

Adobe Connect, Google Hangouts, and WebEx.

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Online Learning

Learn about our various online initiatives

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Active Learning

Our extensive effort to rethink teaching and learning with an active learning foundation.

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Initiatives

From Active Learning to academic assessment, we are eager to improve the paradigm of teaching and learning at CWRU.

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Focus on Faculty: Robin Jump

Dr. Robin Jump works revolves around infectious diseases, proper antibiotic use, and decreasing the amount of misprescribed antibiotics. She's been working closely with UTech staff to develop self-paced learning modules aimed at increasing awareness for proper usage of antibiotics in long-term care providers and nursing staff. Go to Our Faculty Showcase.