Academic Research Programming Services provides support for research and education projects. Programmers develop software applications and websites to enhance teaching and learning on campus. The service also offers recharge programming to UC Davis Health.
Academic Course Evaluation (ACE) makes course evaluations easier for the students as well as reduces the effort needed get accurate course evaluation data. Ace also significantly reduces the amount of time before evaluation information is available to faculty and staff.
ATS provides professional narration and audio production services in support of our instructional, research and outreach missions including studio recordings, on-location recordings, audio editing, audio for special events, and ISDN and IP broadcast services for radio outlets.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) offers online, video-based training on thousands of topics, including office software, data analysis, business, design, communication, programming, marketing and many more.
The training ranges from beginner to advanced, and LinkedIn Learning provides "Learning Paths" to guide learners through a series of courses to go from absolute beginner to expert.
UC Davis Canvas, the campuswide learning management system (LMS), is a linchpin of educational technology at UC Davis. Instructors use it to organize and present class materials, assign and view homework, assess submissions, provide grades, and communicate with their students. Students use it to manage their course requirements, find course materials, submit homework, assess their course progress, and communicate with instructors and classmates about course assignments and requirements. The system is flexible.
ATS specializes in academic and research-based video production services, including classroom lecture capture, studio recordings, single and multi-camera recordings of seminars and special campus events, live webcasting, content development for online learning modules, and support for the faculty eLearning studio.
ATS has an 850-square-foot, fully-equipped television studio located in Surge II for recording lectures, demonstrations and interviews. The studio makes it easy to record online content and course materials.
The TV studio includes a green screen, teleprompter and an LTN Global broadcast connection for live faculty interviews with national media such as CNN, Fox News and PBS.