Two-Step Login is an easy and reliable way to keep your personal and academic info safe and private. And if you opt-in to the service by May 4, you’ll automatically get a chance to win a $100 Hawk Shop gift card.
The Universal Design Online Content Inspection Tool (UDOIT) can be implemented to check areas of ICON courses for accessibility, and provides an easy way to identify areas of a course’s ICON site that may prevent people using assistiv
In an effort to enhance course design and delivery, improve student learning, and reduce course delivery costs at the University of Iowa, the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology has developed the Learning Design Collaboratory initi
Turning Technologies released an update to TurningPoint Mac – TP8 version 8.3.0 and TP7 (Cloud) version 7.5.8 – in order to remain compatible with the latest Microsoft Office version 16.9. For TurningPoint users who updated Microsoft Office prior to...
Beginning January 16, 2018, Feedback Studio will offer faster formative Similarity Reports - Give students more support to master paraphrasing and citation conventions. For instructors who allow resubmissions within their assignment settings,...
Cyber criminals love to take advantage of the holiday season. People are busy and perhaps less vigilant—particularly given the volume of email advertisements and online transactions happening this time of year. University IT security experts are...
Starting in early 2018, UI faculty and staff will need to use Two-Step Login when accessing MAUI and ICON, a measure designed to protect student information and academic records. MAUI will require Two-Step Login starting Jan. 2, ICON starting Feb. 5.
Elements of Success (EoS) is an innovative, analytics dashboard tool in ICON that promotes students' self-regulated learning. On Tuesday, November 7, the OTLT Research and Assessment team will present to instructors how to leverage EoS.
Each year, the Academic Technology Advisory Council (ATAC) hosts the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards (ITTA), a program designed to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Iowa.
The Academic Technologies Advisory Council is seeking proposals from instructors for the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards (ITTA). This program aims to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Iowa.
Where can UI faculty members team up with instructional designers, technology support staff, and educational researchers with experience in research-based teaching practices? Answer: In the University of Iowa’s new Learning Design Collaboratory.
Maggie Jesse, Senior Director of the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology in Information Technology Services, received the 2017 IT Leadership Award in recognition of her exemplary contributions to the UI IT community.