in service of learning and teaching is constantly changing. When carefully
selected and appropriately used, technology is an important aspect of
excellent teaching. Many new developments, as well as expert assistance for
the use of various technologies, are available to faculty. Some key questions
and resources for using technology in your courses are below:
Which graphic and electronic media might I consider for my courses, and how
can I integrate classroom use of whiteboard,
overhead, film computer displays, and Internet links?
for Teaching/Learning Activities: Which web-enabled technologies
are available for classroom teaching and learning, and what are the uses
and requirements among easier and more difficult applications?
Activities: What Do You Want to Use Technology For?: What
are examples I could follow in using technology to support
teaching/learning options and components such as conceptual
and document analysis,
gathering and synthesis, case
labs, and collaborative
Web: Design for Active Learning:
can I analyze and explain principles I use for classroom and electronic
interactions with students?
Annotated Website Library:
Where can I find information about model web courses in various
to WebCT@UNI: What is WebCT, and to what extent is it available
and supported at UNI?
WebCT home page:
Which Internet resources are provided by WebCT to
faculty and students?
for Instructors on the Use of Electronic Class Discussion:
are the benefits of discussions that occur electronically outside the
classroom, and how can I go about conducting them?
Resources/Technology in Teaching:
Which resources and support services does UNI's Information Technology
Services offer faculty to implement and further develop their use of