Webisode #4: Academic Technologies (AT) features their research on universal design and the issue of access online and on campus. The AT Spotlight is on Dr. Michael Kolitsky whose innovative use of 3D printing to create tactile learning objects has had far reaching impact and implications for students in online and face-to-face environments. Finally, AT visits with the Assistive Technology Lab at UTEP to learn about the technologies and services they provide to students with disabilities.
Academic Technologies (AT) at The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is a client-centered, project-based department that creates, facilitates, and/or integrates technology solutions for teaching and learning at UTEP. This includes consulting with faculty about instructional design and curriculum development using technology, workshops and academies on all aspects of teaching and learning with technology, software programming, graphic design, digital media and database production, learner-centered online and face to face classroom design, and multimodal, multi-delivery (tech-enhanced, hybrid and fully online) teaching and learning.
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