Learning Support Services proudly serves students, faculty and staff in the UW-Madison College of Letters & Science by promoting and supporting the thoughtful use of technology for teaching and learning.
Technology innovation is bringing change to the university classroom and helping to extend learning to new, non-traditional spaces. The results of a recent pilot program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison show that instructors employing iPad mobile devices can rethink and transform class activities, explore new and engaging possibilities with their students, and make efficient use [...]
UW writes its own history with 24-hour social media project With only 24 hours to complete the task, University of Wisconsin-Madison students, faculty, staff and alumni participated in a project to document what makes UW a great place to live, learn and build friendships. The project asked participants to submit e-mails, photos and tweets with [...]
L&S Learning Support Services and DoIT Academic ttTechnology invite you to join us for Principles and Practices of Integrating Technology and Teaching. This year-long seminar series for L&S instructors of all levels explores the practical intersection between technology and teaching, presents various applications for technology in and out of the classroom, and addresses the concerns, [...]
Story by Theresa Pesavento, L&S Learning Support Services L&S Learning Support Services and DoIT Academic Technology invite you to join us for the seminar series Principles and Practices of Integrating Technology and Teaching. “Fostering and Implementing Online Discussions: Strategies and Tips,” the third seminar in the series, will be held on Thursday, November 17th from [...]
L&S Learning Support Services and the Learning Lab bring you new and exciting films from our library collection for personal, professional, or instructional use!
L&S Learning Support Services and DoIT Academic Technology invite you to join us for Principles and Practices of Integrating Technology and Teaching.
Last week, while scanning through updates by UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students on Twitter, our social media team noticed a particularly compelling update from Professor Greg Downey …
Have you ever wondered who is behind the snappy updates and useful links sent out through the L&S Learning Support Services Twitter account and Facebook page? Wonder no more! It’s Lauren Kruse and Meena Zia, our creative and prolific Social Media Interns.
As the pilot program forCollaborative Sitescontinues to grow, L&S instructors are exploring new ways to foster online interaction in their courses.
A growing number of instructional communities in L&S are using LessonShare, a web-based tool that allows people to share, organize, and improve their collections of teaching materials.