Find out how technology-rich learning environments and learning experiences can help you improve student learning. We are TLOS, Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies, and we are here to help you learn the tools and techniques you need to innovate in your classroom.
Flex Your Technology Muscles
Our Professional Development Network (PDN) group collaborates with partners from across the university to provide a wide array of professional development opportunities, including workshops, certificates, faculty inquiry groups, and learning communities relevant to your needs.
Rethink Your Curriculum
Our Learning Experience Design (LED) team is dedicated to redesigning and improving courses with the latest approaches to technology in the classroom. We work with you on updating your course materials to reflect the most advanced digital teaching methods.
Continuity of Instruction
Need help moving your class online? Our team of learning technologies specialists and instructional designers have prepared some helpful tips on leveraging some simple technologies to keep your class on schedule when you can’t meet in person.
Trying Something New?
We are always seeking new faculty partners to discover and develop innovative approaches to technology-enhanced learning. Find out more about our Innovation Pipeline, special projects, and opportunities to collaborate.
How TLOS Can Help You
We organize workshops and faculty groups to promote best practices and explore emerging trends in digital pedagogy. Find out more about available learning opportunities.
We offer a variety of spaces, services, and technologies for faculty and staff in support of teaching and learning. Find out more about our requestable spaces and services.
Leverage our resources and expertise to discover and test the viability of new learning technologies. Find out more about our partnership opportunities.
Looking for Something Else?
We are happy to answer questions regarding our services, learning communities, and partnership opportunities. Please contact us to share your feedback, request additional information, or start a conversation about something you don’t see covered here.