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IT Academic Technology Services (IT-ATS) helps faculty and those who
teach at UD improve teaching and learning through the effective application of
technology. They provide personal assistance for in-class instruction and online
Their services include classroom recording through UD Capture, video conferencing
facilities and software, classroom clickers and polling, instructional project
development, video hosting, in-class technical instruction, and the semi-annual
Faculty Institute programs.
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Whether it is learning about the existing classroom technology that is out there, or getting help to solve a classroom problem with new solutions, the team in ISLL frequently relies on the technical expertise of the Academic Technology Services (ATS). They hold workshops on a number of topics from using student response systems like iClickers effectively in the classroom to begin reviewing grants for classroom transformation. See their link above to find out more about this incredible resource here at the University of Delaware.