Digital Education

The digital education team at the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) works towards promoting excellence in teaching by integrating instructional technologies and supporting digital education. This aligns with the AUC strategic pillars of Innovation and Quality of Education.

CLT provides services and programs that support faculty in designing, developing and piloting courses through a variety of instructional strategies and technologies and serves as a campus resource to disseminate educational technologies.

CLT provides faculty members with one-on-one consultations that help explore opportunities for integrating various technologies into teaching. In addition, CLT provides training sessions for faculty members on emerging learning technologies to further enhance teaching in AUC classrooms. CLT also collaborates with faculty members on developing various instructional materials for their classes. Choosing the best tool can be challenging while not losing sight of your goals for student learning, the CLT team is here to help faculty members find creative and constructive ways to integrate technology into your teaching. Read more about examples of multimedia projects.

In education, there has been much discussion around twenty-first-century skills, skills that are the foundation for student learning in any discipline. Frequently categorized as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and research, these are considered foundational skills students need to function in society, for jobs, continued education, and citizenship. Within each of these categories, there is a vast landscape of educational online tools available. This toolkit is categorized into different activities that you may want to undertake with your students ranging from communication to sharing material to online lectures. Each category contains our recommendations for the tools to use, with a description of the tool, a text-based user guide as well as instructional videos. Explore the toolkit.

CLT works to support the institutional commitment to launch high-quality innovative degree and non-degree blended and online programs. Read more.

STAs provide one-on-one training sessions to faculty members with the use of technology in their courses. Training sessions take place at the instructor's convenience, in terms of pace and time. In addition, STAs provide those sessions at the CLT office or the instructor's office. Read more.

Videoconferencing (VC) technology allows for real-time interaction between instructors and students using real-time audio and video. It allows for the broadcasting of document cameras, movies and content from computer screens to the other side, thus providing an opportunity for teaching and learning across the globe. CLT manages the planning and all the technical aspects of instruction-oriented video conferences. Read more.

During the spring semester of 2009, CLT piloted lecture capture technology using the Panopto lecture capture system. The Panopto lecture capture system automatically records audio with or without video, as well as any content from presentations. Learn how to use Panopto.