We’re available to talk with you about projects and ideas all the way from soup to nuts. Whether you have a specific goal in mind or a hazy desire to try something new, ATs can help you develop a plan that aligns with your pedagogical and research goals.
ATs and our AT Student Workers are available for in-class instruction and support during the term as well. We work together as a team, drawing on our knowledge to work collaboratively with you, so feel free to contact us anytime!
Physical and virtual learning space design
Learning management systems
- Learning Management Systems (Moodle)
- Learning Strategies (designing sequences of assignments and assessments that make sense for the course content and learning goals)
- Second Language Acquisition
- Twitter | LinkedIn
- Instructional Video Design, Production, and Assessment
- Online Instruction & Student Video Assignments
- Visual Design
- Photoshop, PowerPoint, Keynote
- Presentation strategies (oral and visual)
- Visual Design (posters, slidedecks)
- Research logistics and Data Management Plans
- Data and information security (e.g. IRB)
- Data visualization
- Mobile app development
- Science instrumentation
- Academic Technologist for Instructional Technology
- Educational Associate for Academic Technology
- Blogging and CMS software
We have 2 specialized groups who can assist with your projects related to data or augmented and virtual reality:
DATASQUAD’s mission: facilitate data processes for replicable research, teaching, and campus administration
CONTACT: Paula Lackie (email@example.com) or Celeste Sharpe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DEVSQUAD’s mission: facilitate the development of Augmented and Virtual Reality for use in research and teaching.
CONTACT: Andrew Wilson (email@example.com)
Have an idea? Want an AT or AT Student Worker to help with a class visit? Let us know!
Latest posts by Celeste Sharpe (see all)
- Wading into UX - April 21, 2019
- 2019 LACOL Language Instruction Jam - March 25, 2019
- New article published by Janet Russell and Melissa Eblen-Zayas on CUBE - March 22, 2019