Welcome!

We’re happy you’re here. You’ve come to the right place for teaching innovation and you’re a step away from connecting with our support teams. In IT-ATS, we help all those who teach at the University of Delaware improve teaching and learning through the effective application of technology – in classrooms and online.

 

We’re available to work with you remotely or in Pearson 116.

Teams

Our Teams

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Canvas at UD

UD’s Learning Management System

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UD Capture Suite

Create and share videos with UD Capture suite

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Zoom at UD

UD’s videoconferencing software

Instructional Design

Our instructional designers collaborate with you to create effective learning experiences. Our research-backed strategies and strong relationships with instructors result in high-quality course design.

Looking to get started? Schedule an instructional design consultation.

 

Tools

Our Tools

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Canvas Add-On Tools

Power up the student learning experience in Canvas by integrating tools such as DesignPlus for Canvas, Perusall, FeedbackFruits, Respondus, Google Assignments, Ally, Yellowdig Engage and more.

 

Need help? Visit us at the Virtual Welcome Bar

ATS Virtual Welcome Bar via Zoom

Connect with a consultant in our Virtual Welcome Bar in Zoom

Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Bring your own coffee!

Events

Our Events & Workshops

We host custom workshops for instructors and departments across UD. Click the button below to email us with your request.

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Innovative Teaching Strategies

Join us for Innovative Teaching Strategies, our 4-week course where we explore topics such as instructor presence, student engagement, assessments, and multimedia.

Learn more

Partners

Our Partners

ATS is a principal partner in Faculty Commons, which brings together people, events, instructional support, and funding opportunities for all those who teach at UD. Working as a network of partners, Faculty Commons helps those who teach at the University of Delaware be more successful in their teaching.

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