The CDH instructional technology team provides on-hands training and support to make teaching with technology easy, effective, and enjoyable.
See our support page for the latest updates on instructional technology for the Humanities.
Course Management (CCLE)
We can provide guidance, training, and support for the suite of tools available within the CCLE course management system.
The CCLE Documentation Site (http://docs.ccle.ucla.edu) is also available to answer many common questions.
Turnitin includes multi-part submissions, an improved grading interface (including shareable and customizable grade marking tools and rubrics), as well as peer-to-peer review capability. We are happy to provide individual or group training for departments as requested, and have made the following materials available:
The Turnitin grading interface is changing over the summer of 2017. Turnitin is mandating the shift to their new Feedback Studio, and we recommend all instructors who use Turnitin familiarize themselves with the updated interface.
Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Other Tools and Technology
Constant change and improvement in technology and teaching methodology means our learning process never ends. Let us help you in making these tools effective and useful both in and out of the classroom.
Training and support are available for data visualization and management, social media, video conferencing, office and document suites, media (audio, image, and video) management, as well as bibliographic reference tools. Just email us at email@example.com!
Research & Instructional Technology Consultants
The Research & Instructional Technology Consultants (RITCs) are a team of Humanities graduate students who work collaboratively to share their various disciplinary, pedagogical, and technical skills by assisting instructors with the best use of technology in research and instruction.
Think, Plan, Teach!
Have an new instructional idea, or seen a method used elsewhere that interested you? Lets do it! Please contact us as early as possible in your course development process to ensure the technology tools chosen best support your pedagogical approach.
Mobile Testing Cart
Consisting of 25 repurposed Apple Macbooks, this mobile cart can turn any space, such as your department’s conference or seminar room, into an ad-hoc computer lab. For more information or to reserve the cart, please see the mobile testing cart page.
Workshops and Events
Our workshop series, IT2Me, offers custom workshops on different software and subjects per term for instructors of all disciplines. To set up your custom workshop, contact us.