Instructional Technology

The Instructional Technology office helps foster a culture of innovative teaching and learning by providing leadership in the implementation of instructional technology across campus. This includes supporting the effective use of existing systems, as well as investigating and assessing new educational technologies to further advance instructional capabilities.

In addition to the Blackboard learning management system, the Instructional Technology office assists faculty in successfully leveraging other available software (e.g. Google and Microsoft Office 365 application suites) to create meaningful, engaging learning experiences for students. Through workshop delivery, curation of training documents, and individual/group consultation, the Instructional Technology office strives to ensure faculty, staff and students feel confident and empowered in using the tools at their disposal.

Learn more about the tools available for teaching and learning:

Engage in your courses anytime, anywhere, Blackboard is Virginia Wesleyan University's learning management system (LMS).

Blackboard Learn Ultra@VWU
Start building your Learn Ultra course content, increase participation and engagement, and take performance and feedback to the next level.

Portfolium Portfolios
Develop and share electronic portfolios, Portfolium can be integrated into Blackboard courses for assignments and assessments.

Microsoft Stream Video
Record videos, screen captures, and presentations, Stream is fully integrated into Microsoft 365 to create and share video.

One Button Recording Studio
Demonstrate and interact with your content, the One Button Recording Studio captures your presentations, overlays, and annotations to a portable flash drive.

Video Conferencing Comparison
Deliver lectures, share your screen, and record meetings, Microsoft Teams Meetings can be integrated into Blackboard courses.

Contact Information
Laura Czerniak
Instructional Technologist
Clarke 109
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