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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Dorilyn Hitchcock
College of Health and Public Affairs Dorilyn  Hitchcock First and foremost, I truly enjoy teaching. I hope that I will be most thought of for my enthusiasm for the subject matter and my love of the classroom. It is most important to be current and knowledgeable in the subject area. As Program Director and Clinical Coordinator, I must keep current in the tec...

Cynthia Gundy
College of Business Administration Cynthia  Gundy A college education is about preparing students for the rest of their professional lives. Indeed students must be taught the discipline's jargon, its decision making tools and how best to apply them as well as the underlying foundation on which those theories are based. But so many other critical lessons are k...

Victoria Loerzel
College of College of Nursing Victoria Loerzel As a nurse and educator, my teaching philosophy revolves around the belief that it is my responsibility to provide nursing students with a solid foundation for safe and appropriate nursing practice. I believe students are adult learners and should be self-motivated and in charge of their own learning. However, stu...