Technology Enhanced Learning Unit
Leading campus services in online learning, instructional technology, software training, and instructional design.
Energized with a strong customer service philosophy, our LITS Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) unit supports faculty in the vital and fast-evolving area of learning technologies, delivering high-value technology enhancements to the teaching and learning environment at SUNY Plattsburgh.
- Online Learning, course design, and connections with Open SUNY
- Instructional design and pedagogy
- Instructional technologies
- Moodle, Mahara E-Portfolio, and multimedia
- Software training
- The administration of Teaching and Technology Software Tools Grants
Hands-on workshops help you make the most of campus software applications. From productivity software (Microsoft Office’s Excel and Word) to presentation software (PowerPoint) to course management tools (Moodle) to diverse multimedia applications, workshops offer you a convenient way to explore new technologies and to develop and refine your skills in a friendly small-group environment. View the workshop schedule
One-on-one consultations to address the tech issues most important to you. Course design guidance for fully online and hybrid courses, covering both technology and pedagogy issues. Our TEL staff also maintain regular office hours. If you’ve got a question regarding an application of teaching with technology, we’ll help you to find an answer.
Teaching: Online, Hybrid, and Web-Enhanced
SUNY Plattsburgh uses the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver online, hybrid, and Web-enhanced courses and course materials. A variety of workshops assist you with designing and delivering your courses. Three times a year, TEL delivers a comprehensive 2.5-day Teaching with Moodle workshop. This workshop is required for all faculty wishing to teach a fully online or hybrid course, and needs to be completed at least one semester before teaching the course.
Experiment and practice
Located in Feinberg Library, our Instructional Technology Resource Center (ITRC) is a small faculty-only multimedia lab. It’s home to specialized hardware and software for the digitization and editing of audio, video, and graphics. The ITRC gives you a space where you can perform the multimedia tasks that you can’t get done in your office. It’s available to faculty whenever the library is open; simply ask staff at the Second Floor Service Desk to let you in.