This section contains best practices, guides and other
highlight effective interventions and provide strategies for how
technology can address pedagogical challenges, such as teaching a course
entirely online, managing a course, improving student learning,
enhancing course content, and assessing student learning.
To assist UTK instructors in designing and teaching their online courses,
OIT has developed the UTK Online Instructor Toolkit. The Toolkit guides you through the instructional design steps of creating your online course and provides information about specific software for building course content, learner engagement, and assessment.Online Instructor Toolkit
This module compares Camtasia, Captivate, LiveOnline@UT, My
Mediasite, PowerPoint with Voiceover, and One-Shot Video. Which
technique is right for your class? Compare by ease of use, cost, and
storage, then take each tool's brief questionnaire to find out.Begin module for Creating Online Lectures
This is a comprehensive guide for use by faculty who are developing or reviewing online courses. Note: If using Firefox, open with the latest version of Adobe Reader for best performance.
View Best Practices for Online Instruction guide
As mobile devices such as the iPad grow in popularity, they introduce a new round of browser and OS compatibility issues. One such conflict is the lack of Adobe Flash support for the iPad and iPhone, and Apple's use of HTML 5, an open source alternative. Which development method is right for your classroom? Find out more below.
Flash and HTML5 - Introduction
Flash and HTML5 - Table: Pros and Cons
Flash and HTML5 - Questions to Ask when Considering Delivery of Learning Content on an iPad
Flash and HTML5 - Further Investigation
Several times throughout the year, OIT shines a spotlight on faculty who
exemplify excellence in teaching and learning with technology.View current Spotlight and access Spotlight Archive
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