The Faculty Support Group provides training to faculty on navigating Canvas, (the campus Learning Management System), developing online courses, using applications, and employing other technology tools.
ATS illustration and graphic design services support our academic, research, and outreach missions by providing custom illustrations, graphics, icon development, brochure and poster design, cartoons, 2D animation, and advanced multimedia and PowerPoint development.
UC Davis lecture capture records lectures and automatically posts them in the Canvas course site for students in that class. The service is available in 70 general assignment classrooms and can record your audio as well as content from your computer and the document camera. In 24 of those rooms a remotely operated camera can also record video of the instructor and their board work.
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.
Allows instructors and campus-affiliated organizations to record audio of lectures using MP3 audio recorders installed in lecture halls. For classrooms not equipped with for podcasting, portable MP3 recorders can be checked out for instructional use at Academic Technology Services.
The Academic & Research Programming group offers recharge programming services to campus and health system clients for projects that are well aligned with ATS' core academic mission. In other words, we provide programming support to projects with pedagogical or research components.
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.