Educational Technology Services for Faculty

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The Libraries’ expert technologists and instructional designers can help JMU instructors and faculty leverage educational technologies (ed tech) to enhance student learning.

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Whether you’re planning an online course, designing a digital assignment, or seeking advice on teaching strategies, we’re here for you!

Meet with our expert technologists and instructional designers to find out more about how we can support your teaching.

Educational Technology

Instructional Design

  • Visit our Instructional Design Services page to learn more about working with our instructional design team to design assignments, courses, or curricula.

For help with technical issues in Canvas or your classroom

Personalized Support

  • Consult with us on strategies for enhancing your teaching with technologies
  • Take a workshop on creative approaches and technologies for teaching in all modes
  • Get expert support for creating digital assignments or digital projects that enhance and transform your teaching
  • Schedule technology instruction for your class
  • Get expert assistance with media production for your teaching, including videography and graphic design
  • Visit the The Makery to learn about the tools, supplies, and guidance it provides for tinkering, crafting, and inventing with educational technologies

Expert Advice & How-To Guides

Get help with media production, instructional design, and other support for your teaching and research.

Self-Paced Professional Learning

We also provide self-paced professional learning opportunities that support your course design work and teaching practices. They are designed to fit into your schedule and help you achieve your goals.

Other Support for Teaching with Technology at JMU

Register for one of our self-paced professional development opportunities to build skills in course design, accessibility, and more.