Academic Media Production Space The School of Education is fortunate to have a video production facility in the building. While it serves all instructors on campus (including associate instructors), UITS guarantees that some time will be available for instructors in the SoE. The staff offer a range of services including assisting with video pre-production (scripting, storyboarding, planning), video recording and editing, animation, slideshow presentations, and more. A common type of project is working with an instructor to transform a long lecture into more “digestible chunks” in the form of shorter videos that students are more likely to watch. To initiate a project, send an email to IUVIDPRO@iu.edu. A staff member will contact you to discuss your project’s needs and timeline. It’s best to contact them at least two weeks before you want to record, and you should receive your completed project within two weeks after recording (although it’s often sooner).
This site is being updated frequently with information on pedagogy and technology. See in particular the modules available in Canvas Commons that you can import into your Canvas courses that will help students learn tools that may be unfamiliar to them. As always, if you need help, contact us.
Education Technology Services (ETS) supports the technology needs of the School of Education by maintaining information technology in the school’s classrooms and computer labs, and offering on-site IT support for faculty and staff, including assistance with equipment purchases and setup.
Are you looking for new ways to engage learners through making? The Make, Innovate, Learn Lab (MILL) Makerspace is a space for interested educators, curious tinkerers, and inspired inventors who are looking for a place where they can learn skills and access tools and guidance to turn their ideas into reality.
Equipped with a variety of tools such as a 3-D scanner and 3-D printers, laser cutter, sewing machines, vinyl cutter, CNC router and soldering irons, the MILL provides the equipment needed to make just about anything—both low-tech and high-tech.
Expand is IU’s platform for delivering online non-credit and professional development coursework. You access coursework through Canvas, IU’s easy-to-use learning management system. All you need is a log-in.
Expand is for learners of all kinds:
- Degree students needing pre-enrollment student services.
- Employees at IU and in other organizations looking for skill development or professional licensure/certification.
- Audiences in search of non-credit, general-interest courses.
The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) provides comprehensive services supporting excellent teaching and learning at Indiana University Bloomington.
- CITL webinars
- CITL blog
- Webinar recording on Bridging the Digital Divide: Teaching with Empathy and Equity in the Wake of COVID-19 [Kaltura video] presented March 24, 2020 by IU's Jessica Calarco, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology.