The division of Academic Innovation brings together experts in teaching, technology, and virtual learning to champion innovative and transformational practices that enhance the academic experience of our students and faculty. Our teams work collaboratively to ensure UTSA faculty have the tools, resources, and knowledge they need to deliver accessible, high quality online, hybrid and in-person courses.
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The Office of Digital Learning manages Blackboard, the university’s course management platform, and offers training, resources and course design support to faculty who are looking for ways to engage digitally with students in their traditional classroom, online or hybrid courses.
The division of Learning Technologies is dedicated to the successful use of technology in the classroom at UTSA. They provide consultation, design and installation of audio/visual equipment for academic use as well as offer training and support on the use of tech tools and products available to UTSA faculty and staff.
Teaching & Learning Services
UTSA Teaching and Learning Services offers programs, services and resources to faculty that support instructional excellence, innovative teaching, and outstanding educational experiences.
Video Production and Technology
The UTSA Video Production and Technology team works with faculty and staff to develop and produce professional quality instructional and informational videos geared to students. In addition, they provide the university’s official web-streaming services.
The UTSA Online team supports students who are enrolled in UTSA’s fully online degree programs and facilitates the creation of new online degree programs.
Continuing and Professional Education
UTSA's office of Extended Education develops and delivers targeted continuing and professional education programs that match the university’s unique resources with the lifelong learning needs of south-central Texas.