About Teaching and Learning
The Office of Academic Technologies posts resources in the Teaching and Learning area of the ITS website where we house information related to many of the instructional technologies offered at Pace. Below is a summary of what you will find in Teaching and Learning.
ACADEMIC CONTINUITY PLAN
Don't get left out in the cold this winter! Be prepared for snow days and university closings by following Pace's Academic Continuity Plan.
Virtual Presence refers to the idea of extending your teaching presence through technology. Learn more about tools you can use and get started with the Virtual Presence Checklist to ensure that you are providing a virtual presence in your courses.
Explore our Blackboard resources for video tutorials, important announcements about blackboard, information on when you can access your course, and other FAQs.
The Digital Toolkit is a collection of self-help guides, tutorials, and resources geared to help students and faculty. The Digital Toolkit covers instructional technologies available at Pace.
An ePortfolio is an online collection allowing you to showcase coursework, projects, internships, extracurricular, and experiences. Your ePortfolio is also a place to track all of your Pace Path progress.
Events and Workshops
ITS frequently organizes Events and Workshops open to students and faculty. Learn more about them here.
Did you know that ITS provides instructor-led training for faculty and staff at Pace? Visit the IT Training page to explore topics and register for a course.
Lynda.com is an online education company offering thousands of video courses in software, creative, and business skills. Faculty can use videos and playlists as part of their course materials and post them in Blackboard. All Pace faculty, students, and staff have free access to Lynda.com from any desktop or mobile device.
School of Education Resources
The School of Education Resources page offers information and documentation with a focus on the School of Education and Educational Technology as well as some additional technology available to faculty, staff and our students.
The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems documentation site includes useful documentation for students seeking to take advantage of resources provided by the program.
Student Technology Fee
The Student Technology Fee is earmarked for instructional technologies to keep Pace up to date. Visit the Student Technology Fee page to learn about submitting a funding proposal and look at past spending.
Ed Tech Talks
Ed Tech Talks are video podcasts highlighting innovative instructors who are using technology to enhance their teaching strategies in order to engage with students.