The Center for Instructional Technology
The Center for Instructional Technology provides support to all UA faculty, instructors, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students needing assistance with instructional technology and technology accessibility.
As a unit of The Office of Information Technology, the Center for Instructional Technology provides individual and group training, scheduled workshops, tutorials, and troubleshooting support for UA’s instructional technologies and technology accessibility. Instructional technologies are online resources for teaching and learning which offer discussion, assessment and feedback alongside delivery of content, as well as many other features.
UA’s instructional technologies include Blackboard, Class Collaborate, Panopto, People.ua.edu, PointSolutions, Respondus Lockdown Browser, Respondus Monitor, Turnitin, and Zoom.
We’re here to help.
- Our education and outreach team meets with individuals and groups across campus to help them navigate the technology UA offers to supplement their classroom teaching and learning, providing training in each of our supported tools, as well as special topics.
- Our support team meets with instructional technology users for hands-on troubleshooting– answering questions via email, phone, and our help portal. Additionally, they keep these tools running behind the scenes and keep them up to date when new features and fixes become available.
- Our accessibility team provides training in technology accessibility techniques, accessibility evaluations, captioning grants, and support for the AMP Accessibility Tool.
Stop by or contact us today to learn more! The Center for Instructional Technology is located in A203 Gordon Palmer Hall.