Services providing instructional technology and resources directly supporting teaching and learning. Includes Canvas, instructional technology support and course design strategies, assessment and learning analytics, lecture capture, and polling and surveys.

Services (8)

Assessment Systems and Learning Analytics

Support for academic assessment efforts at the course, department, and program level using analytics.

ePortfolio Management

This service enables students and faculty to selectively showcase their work and academic accomplishments online and reflect on their own teaching and learning experiences.

Instructional Design and Course Development

Assistance with creating, integrating, and optimizing technology enhanced experiences within courses offered by Framingham State University based on pedagogically sound generally accepted best practices.

Learning Management System (eLearning Platform)

Design, provisioning, administration, and technical support for the development and use of the University’s eLearning software platform (a.k.a. “Canvas”) and other integrated technologies, which together enable the creation and management of courses, training modules, educational materials, learning activities, and assessments for fully online, on campus, hybrid, or remote methods of delivering content and facilitating interactions among participants.

Polling and Surveys

Assistance with polling and survey solutions used to collect feedback from a group of individuals for academic and business purposes. The service includes application-based, online, and device-specific polling or survey tools.

Recordings of Presentations, Lectures, and Class Proceedings

Administrative, technical, and instructional design support for producing, storing, editing, sharing, and accessing recorded presentations, lectures and class proceedings that are created for the purposes of learning and instruction.

Supplementary Academic Technology and Support

Specialized administrative, curriculum, and technology support that augments what is provided by Colleges, Centers, and Academic Departments and is beyond the scope of what is otherwise provided by the University’s Information Technology Services (ITS) organization.

Technology Enhanced Classrooms, Labs and Collaborative Spaces

Administrative, instructional, and technical support to ensure technology enhanced classrooms, labs and other collaborative spaces on campus are adequately designed, suitably equipped, and fully functional to meet the needs of faculty and students for remote, in person, or blended (a.k.a. Hybrid) teaching and learning modalities.