Academic Technology Center

Academic Technology Center

The Academic Technology Center (ATC) is committed to UWF’s primary mission of student access and success by providing high quality faculty support and training programs that promote excellence in online curriculum and instruction. ATC also serves as a catalyst for the application of new technologies to support the variety of distance learning strategies needed to meet the diverse needs of the students we serve.


We are a Faculty Support Center

‌ATC supports faculty in the design, development, implementation and continuous improvement of quality online and blended courses at UWF. There is substantial research to indicate what constitutes best practices in online/blended course design and delivery to achieve good student learning outcomes and satisfaction. Organizations, such as Quality Matters, the Online Learning Consortium, and Educause promote research and best practice for online teaching and learning. 


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Recently Certified Courses

  • Byron Havard, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Instructional Workforce & Applied Technology

    EME6415 - Digital Video for Instruction

    12/5/16 (QM)

    Bio


  • Andrea Nelson, DPT

    Lecturer, Health Sciences and Administration

    GEY4001 - Gerontology

    12/3/16 (QM)

    Bio


  • Nicole Everette, Ed.D.

    Instructor, TEEL

    EDS6105 - Human Relations & Communication in Education

    12/1/16

    Bio


  • Mantravadi, PhD

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Sciences & Admin.

    HSA4430 - Health Care Economics

    12/1/16 - QM Fundamentals Review

    Bio


  • John Bratten, Ph.D.

    Chair and Associate Professor, Anthropology

    ANT1138 - Introduction to Maritime Studies

    11/28/16 - QM Fundamentals Review

    Bio


  • Andrea Nelson, DPT

    Lecturer, Health Sciences and Administration

    HSC3535: Introduction to Medical Terminology

    11/28/16 - QM Fundamentals Review

    Bio


  • Melanie DiLoreto, Ph.D.

    Instructor, TEEL

    EDG7354: Test, Measurement, & Data Literacy

    11/14/16 - QM Fundamentals Review

    Bio


  • Susan Harrell, J.D. Law

    Associate Professor, Legal Studies

    PLA3021 Law in Film: Fact or Fiction

    11/4/16 (QM)

    Bio


  • Laura Dees, Ed.D.

    Professor, Teacher Educational and Educational Leadership

    EDG5366 - Investigative Strategies

    10/13/16

    Bio


See more QM-Certified Courses here


Featured News and Items

Accessibility Webinar Series

December:

1st Accessible Course Materials - Basics of HTML - Watch the Recording

8th ATC Live@Lunch: Creating Accessible Course Materials - Colors, Images, and Tables (June Watkins)
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15th ATC Live@Lunch: Creating Accessible Word Docs - Using Styles and Alternate Text (June Watkins)
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January:

5th ATC Live@Lunch: Creating Accessible Word Docs - Using Tables (June Watkins)
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12th ATC Live@Lunch: Creating Accessible PDFs - Using Tags and Converting from Word (June Watkins)
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19th ATC Live@Lunch: Creating Accessible PDFs - Using Forms and the Accessibility Checker (June Watkins)
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26th ATC Live@Lunch: Ensuring Accessible Multimedia - Animations and Images (June Watkins)
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 February:

2nd ATC Live@Lunch: Ensuring Accessible Multimedia - Audio and Video (June Watkins)
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9th ATC Live@Lunch: Captioned Videos - Using YouTube (June Watkins)
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16th ATC Live@Lunch: Captioned Videos - Using Amara (June Watkins)
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