Technology

This section presents a collection of local and Internet resources focused on using technology to assist faculty in managing many teaching and learning processes, from course planning to assessment grading and all points in between. Several of the tools described here are specific to UCF.

New instructors may wish to take particular note of how to download the class roster and print photos of your students, as well as the digital control panel in the classrooms and our grade posting system, myUCF Grades.

University faculty and staff are expected to adhere to information security guidelines regarding the handling and security of sensitive information. UCF Computer Services & Telecommunications offers a brochure on this information: Click here

For all of these tools, additional help is available via a phone call (407-823-3544) or a trip to the Faculty Center (CB1-207).

Technology Pages

 

Educational Technology Pages

 

External Links

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Cynthia Hutchinson
College of Education Cynthia      Hutchinson I am a follower of Leo Buscaglia who prefers the term "educator" to "teacher." He explains that "educator" comes from the Latin term, "educare," which means to tend or support the growth of another. That is the role I hope to play in the lives of my students. I am careful to follow A. Bronson Alcott's ...

Carlos Valdez
College of Business Administration Carlos  Valdez I believe about teaching that it is a way to change the world. A course can be a small action but with great impact in students' lives if the course creates the appropriate learning environment where the students learn not only the theory but also how to apply it in real world scenarios. I studied communications ...

Tison Pugh
College of Arts and Sciences Tison   Pugh The one common feature of all medieval literature, despite differences in authors, cultures, and genres, is that it is very, very old. When beginning my courses, I often face resistant students who have predetermined that, because of its age, the literature under examination is useless, if not altogether d...