Office of Instructional Innovation 

The Office of Instructional Innovation provides technology integration and instructional design support for faculty and instructors in the College of Education. Office of Instructional Innovation pilot projects help faculty explore the use of new technologies to enhance their instruction.

Contact the Office of Instructional Innovation

SZB 438
Manager: Lucas Horton

Office of Instructional Innovation Links

The Office of Instructional Innovation offers College of Education instructors a broad range of technology integration services to enhance teaching and research. The Office of Instructional Innovation helps faculty choose the best technology tools to achieve instructional or research objectives.

The team works with faculty to find the technology solutions to achieve their goals in a “do with” rather than “do for” setting, an approach based on a distributed model of the TPACK framework for technology integration. Faculty bring their expertise in content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge, and studio staff bring expertise in technological knowledge and pedagogical knowledge.

Office of Instructional Innovation Services

Drop in Help for Teaching, Research, and Productivity Tools

Not sure how to create a quiz in Canvas? Need help with embedded video in a PowerPoint? Drop by SZB 438.

Instructional Design Consulting

Thinking about offering an online course? Looking for ways to engage students through the use of a learner response system? Call the Office of Instructional Innovation at 512-232-2189

In-class Training for Students

Are you students using blogs for the first time? Ready to try digital storytelling, but not sure your students know iMovie?  Email to schedule an in-class training.

Support for College Technology Initiatives

Interested in trying something new? Want your feedback to make a difference in how tools are designed or deployed? Email or call Lucas Horton at 512-232-4199 or to learn more.