Office of Learning Technologies
The Office of Learning Technologies serves the needs of teaching and learning by developing collaboration opportunities among all UW System institutions and is also the home of the Digital Learning Environment (DLE) Service Management team. We recognize the value in exploring and leveraging technology tools and services across the UW institutions by supporting the UW System Learning Technology Development Council.
Through a cooperative approach with other UW System stakeholder groups such as (but not limited to) the Council of UW Libraries (CUWL), the Educational Media Technology Council (ETMC), and the Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) we identify strategies to overcome barriers to student success.
Learning technology has been proven to enhance all modes of instruction, including face-to-face, blended/hybrid/hyflex, and fully online. By leveraging data and making connections, we seek to identify and address needs, share teaching and learning best practices, and bridge the technology gap between cloud-based tools and physical classroom systems.
2022 LTDC Virtual Showcase A Success!
The 2022 annual event, themed “On Resourcefulness and Resiliency,” was held June 21 & 22. Sessions were held in three tracks: Student Experience & Success, Instructional Pedagogy, and Leveraging Technology. Panels on resourcefulness and resilience and pre-recorded “TechTalk” sessions on various learning technology topics were offered. Keynote presenters included Merlyna Valentine and Katie Linder.
Session recordings are housed in an online Canvas course. To access the sessions, register for the FREE Canvas course.
Many thanks to all our presenters and to those who attended!
Contact Your Campus Learning Technology Professionals
Each UW System institution is supported by a Learning Technology professional or office. For additional information on any of the topics discussed on this site, contact your institution’s professional.