Learning Technology and Innovation (LT&I)

LT&I are your partners in using technology and media to craft meaningful educational experiences.

Our expert team can help with every level of development, from strategy to production and delivery. The practical considerations behind learning technology are sometimes a challenge, but LT&I are here to support instructors on campus and online. Our goal is to encourage success.

  • Collaborate on your upcoming teaching project.
  • Consult to reach your educational goals.
  • Challenge us with any technology you are learning.

Browse some of the tech we support and how

LT&I host regular learning opportunities. Check out the latest offerings.

Learning Management Systems (Moodle)

Email for moodle support! moodlesupport@tru.ca

Do you need more from Moodle? Check our resources and FAQ's on the Moodle Orientation website.

Want to connect in person? Drop in to our Learning Technology Office Hours for our current schedule, and to speak with someone who can help. (requires logging in to Moodle)

Moodle Orientation
Communicate. Curate. Organize. Share.

Web Publishing (Wordpress)

Are you looking for a public site for teaching or research? Would you like students to create an e-Portfolio or an interactive project? Check out TRUBOX, "TRU’s shared WordPress platform" for staff, faculty and students.

Browse some of our featured examples, to see what Wordpress can do for you course, and sign up for your free site!

TRUBOX
Publish. Promote. Mobilize Knowledge.

Teaching Unbound (everything else)

LT&I endorse a practice of using open source technologies whenever possible. Instructors have an increasing number of tools available to them, sorting through the options and where to start is another area we can help. Many of the resources we’ve developed, and workshop archives, are available at: Teaching Unbound.

A few of the open source technologies you may encounter.

BigBlueButton (BBB) web conferencing (BBB unbound resources) - For teaching and meeting online. BBB is fully integrated with Moodle, and has a public video-conference site as well. Features include video-based chat, whiteboard, session-recording and screen sharing functionality.

Kaltura (Kaltura unbound resources) - For hosting and sharing video. Fully integrated with Moodle, but also has a public media site.

Teaching Unbound
Tools for a New Era.
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