This Web-based course management system allows instructors to post course materials online, facilitate course communication, gauge student progress, and extend learning beyond the classroom.
This group provides leadership and support in the use of technologies for teaching, learning, and research.
A community of users who support both physical and virtual infrastructure to promote the broad impact of gaming within the teaching, learning, and research environment.
Technology related seminars, workshops, forums, symposiums, conferences, special interest groups, and online technology training.
Supports the integration of digital media to enhance teaching and learning.
These suggestions can help faculty keep students engaged in learning, make course materials easily accessible, enhance communication with and among students, encourage academic honesty, and manage electronic resources.
A collection of communities related to teaching and learning.
This group helps Penn State instructors take advantage of information technology to enrich the educational experience of their students.
Learning opportunities in technology to students, faculty, and staff to facilitate learning, teaching, and professional development activities.
The University's primary source for traditional materials (books, journals, newspapers, microforms); for digital resources; and for multimedia resources--all available through The CAT, the online catalog.
Over a thousand video tutorials on software topics are available, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, SQL, Drupal, audio and video editing applications, ColdFusion, operating systems, and more, through Lynda.com, Inc.