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Visit us in Dwinelle 117 (Level D), Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We catalyze innovation by bringing together faculty, researchers, graduate students, and service providers to share ideas, connect across disciplines, and inspire advances in teaching, learning, and research.
Update: The AIS is currently closed.
See below to access remote resources and support for instruction and research. We will update this page as more information becomes available about programming and services. Thank you for your understanding.
Online Trainings & Software
Remote Support Options
Given the current campus closure, we are canceling all in-person AIS programs and services effective March 13 until further notice. We will update our events calendar with information about programs as it becomes available. Support for instructors and researchers is still available, but mostly remotely:
- The Instructional Resilience web page on the Center for Teaching and Learning website is the best source for updates, links, and information.
- Sign up for an online Zoom/bCourses tutorial or remote consultation: http://bit.ly/DLSconsultations.
- Sign up for a CTL consultation (remote until further notice): bit.ly/CTL-consult.
- Sign up for help with Ally/Accessibility: http://bit.ly/DLSconsultations.
- Join Research IT online office hours. More information about Research IT services is available on the Research IT website or by emailing email@example.com.
- The website for the Vice Chancellor for Research has guidance and resources for researchers regarding COVID-19
For other questions, please contact:
- Digital Learning Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Center for Teaching and Learning at email@example.com
- Research IT at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Academic Innovation Studio at email@example.com
We recommend everyone monitor the campus coronavirus website and we will post updates here as well as to Teach-Net as new information about our services becomes available.
Thank you for your understanding and we wish everyone well.