Who we are
The Instructional Technology group within OASIS is dedicated to researching and supporting innovative teaching and learning (pedagogy) within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Whether your interest is implementing a new technology in your classroom, revising a current strategy, or conducting research and publishing about these things the OASIS Instructional Technology team can provide a comprehensive set of services.
What we study
The domains of knowledge within the group include:
- Digital humanities
- Data visualization
- Games and learning
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Classroom and lab design
- Flipped classroom methodologies
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies
- Podcasting and other forms of media augmented pedagogy
- Educational technology research and publishing
- Webinars and video conferencing
What we do
The OASIS Instructional Technology group does all of those things that constitute a successful blend of academia and the IT business.
Like our IT colleagues we analyze and develop solutions inside of a technology-mediated space, document best practices, offer coaching and help to teach our campus colleagues how to make the most of educational technologies, develop and support educational technologies, and function as technology stewards.
Talk to us!
Want to know more? Email the group at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Andrew Lang||Associate Dean for Information Technology and Data Analyticsemail@example.com||919.843.3962|
|Tim Hensley||Manager of Systems & Instructional Technologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||919.348.9350|
|Matthew Belskie||OASIS Liaison to the Center for Faculty Excellence and Instructional Developeremail@example.com||919.264.0846|
|Matt Osment||Educational Technology Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Will Bosley||General Manager, Digital Innovation Labemail@example.com|
|Michael Good||Senior Educational Technology Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||757-650-4037|