We conduct workshops and training to meet college, program, and individual faculty and staff needs on topics ranging on Canvas and other educational technology tools. Please view our services below, including training offerings, on-demand videos, step-by-step documentation, and personalized support.
The Canvas LMS allows instructors and students to access course materials, submit assignments, communicate and collaborate online. It has various tools for delivering learning content, engaging online learners, and measuring their performance.
Instructors have the opportunity to become certified to teach an online or hybrid course. To become certified, instructors must complete HOT.
View the scheduled workshops for the current month. Currently workshops are online being held as online webinars.
Login to the WilmU Learning Center to view the schedule and register for instructor-led workshops. Both in-person and online options are available, offered by the Educational Technology Department, Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), and the Library Department.
The Pathways to Instructional Excellence (PIE) guides WilmU instructors through a competency-based curriculum, leading them to become more accomplished instructors that are better able to teach WilmU students.
Faculty have access educational technology tools and services. Use the catalog to learn how to use the right technology tool to enhance student learning.
Find information to check the current status of educational technology tools that are used in Wilmington University courses.
Cyber Day is a set of resources designed to help faculty keep learning momentum going in their classes when they need to cancel a face-to-face session.
Faculty, staff, and students that need help accessing or using the Canvas LMS or other ed tech tools , please contact the Help Desk during the support hours, via email firstname.lastname@example.org , on the phone at 1-877-708-2905, or using the live chat option.
Multimedia services involve technical support, creation of media-rich content, high-tech equipment, and special software.
Requests forms for Faculty and Staff
Please use the following forms to request training or support from the Educational Technology and Multimedia teams:
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Request a photo, video, or multimedia project. Please note that video requests must be made a minimum of three weeks prior to the event or production. Virtual production (Webinar) requests must be made a minimum of 60 days prior to the event or production.
Set up a group training for employees in your department to improve their skills on a specific technology topic. Please note that requests must be made a minimum of three weeks prior to the desired training date.
One-on-one appointments can be scheduled around your availability. This service is useful if you are need of assistance in a specific issue, or you prefer personalized help. To request an appointment, please complete this form. A member of the Educational Technology Team will then contact you to set up an appointment.
Request forms for Administrative Staff (program chair, director, and dean use only)
These forms are intended for program chair, director, and dean use only, to request support from the Educational Technology Systems team. Please be sure you are connected to the VPN to visit the Employee Intranet, in order to access these forms. VPN documentation is available for full-time faculty and staff.
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|Teacher Assistant (TA) Enrollment Request||
Use this form to request an instructor be added into a course as a TA, Observer, or Peer Mentor. Requests will be responded to within two business days. Teaching assistants in Canvas have the same ability that instructors have: building course content and viewing/assessing student work.
|3rd Party Integration Canvas Tool Request||
Use the following form to request the adoption of a 3rd party integration tool or publisher Digital Learning Tool in the Canvas LMS. Tool requests are not automatically approved. The required review and integration process could take approximately 3-4 months (one semester of lead time is preferred).
The mission of the OL & ET Department at Wilmington University is to provide effective and appropriate faculty and student support for the design, development, implementation, management, and evaluation of electronic learning methodologies and instructional technologies that improve outcomes in the technology-enhanced learning environment. Read the full mission statement of the Online Learning and Educational Technology Department.
TLT is an annual full day professional development event designed to help instructors to incorporate new technologies into their teaching, techniques to engage students, and strategies to better utilize their intuition's learning management system.
WilmUTube is Wilmington University's online video portal for publicly available student, faculty, and staff content. Everything from student TV shows, campus events, staff training, guest speakers, and more can be found on WilmUTube.
Contact a member of the Online Learning and Educational Technology team.