Requests & Reservations
An online application / checklist for faculty members who wish to teach a Blended Course is available. A blended course is a course that is taught both in-person (IVC) and via Online.
Each of the general assignment classroom computers have certain software already downloaded. Instructors may request additional software if needed.
Classroom Support provides training on any of the technology tools that instructors can in any of the classrooms at Utah State University.
Contact email@example.com for information about captioning your course videos to make them more inclusive and accessible for everyone.
The Center of Innovative Design and Instruction can facilitate a formal peer review of an instructor's online or blended course.
Request a room through the University's room reservation application.
Instructors can utilize the studios in Distance Education 101 and check out equipment to record high-quality video and audio for instructional content.
Submit the AdHoc broadcast event request form to schedule any broadcast meetings that are not part of an academic class. Meeting should be scheduled one week in advance to allow each receive location to schedule appropriate rooms and facilitators.
To schedule a Kaltura Classroom recording, you will need to authorize your “My Media” account and enable the “Media Gallery” in the course you are scheduling the recording for. Note: Automatic Kaltura recordings may take 72 hours to take effect.
Student Collaborators on Teaching (SCOTs) can provide instructors with feedback on their teaching practices and resources to enhance learning excellence at Utah State University.