Below are online resources for instruction and instructional technology at Indiana University (IU). The majority are drawn from the numerous Teaching Resources developed by IU's Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL).
Note that this page is far from exhaustive, instead collating resources relevant to the teaching activities of Jacobs School of Music (JSoM) instructors. Please contact Sherri Bishop with any suggestions for additions to this page.
- Suitable for first-time instructors or those looking for a reminder about IU resources and best practices.
- CITL Friends announces upcoming CITL events and deadlines; they limit activity to about one message per week.
- The Monitor focuses on general IT issues at IU.
- LearningTechnologies-L makes announcements about IU's supported teaching technologies.
Technology and course accessibility
- Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) serve IU students, faculty, and staff with disabilities.
- IU's IT Training also offers several accessibility training workshops.
- Provides resources for specific instructional situations, like motivating student engagement both in and outside of class (e.g., student response systems), facilitating collaboration (e.g., video conferencing with Zoom), etc.
- Information on technologies and resources available to IU instructors such as: Canvas, Turnitin, eTexts, cloud computing (e.g., IUanyWare, Storage at IU), IT training, etc.
- Browse or search for tools in areas such as communication, storage, assessment, content creation, collaboration, learning management, publisher courseware, and course materials.
- The entry for each tool provides a useful overview of the tool’s main features, cost (if applicable), accessibility information, and resources for use.
- Follow the link for Music Information Technology Services’ (MITS) description of JSoM classroom technologies.
- CITL provides a list of active learning classrooms in the broader IUB campus.
- Contains information for instructors wishing to teach in these specially designed, technology-rich classrooms.