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UAA Academic Innovation and eLearning (AI&e) supports the UAA learning environment by fostering quality instructional practices, innovations and technologies. The AI&e team consists of instructional designers, developers, multimedia specialists and student support personnel.  We support faculty and students in eLearning, ePortfolio, Robust Online Learning Programs and provide professional development opportunities for all of UAA and our rural campuses.


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UAA Tech Fellows

May 14-16, 2018

Accepting Applications Until March 28th

We believe that a commitment to teaching is a commitment to learning. Those who continuously make an effort to commit to their own professional development should be supported and recognized. The Technology Fellows Program is a long standing learning community that fosters student success through sound course design and the integration of technology where appropriate to enhance both teaching and learning. 

The primary focus of the 2018 Tech Fellow cohort will be on creating fully accessible new or revised courses (face to face, hybrid, or online).  However, if you have a project in mind that is not about accessibility, please do apply for consideration as part of the Tech Fellows 2018 cohort as the original focus of Tech Fellows remains intact - to build and expand new skills, interests and abilities.

For detailed information and access to the improved and streamlined (we heard you!) application visit:

UAA Technology Fellows Application

If you have questions or thoughts, please contact Tina Coulston at (907) 786-4451. 


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Quality Matters: Improving Your Online Course (IYOC) workshop explores the QM Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online and blended courses. Participants use the QM Rubric to review their own online/blended courses and develop a course improvement plan. The time commitment to complete the workshop is 10-12 hours each week of the three week course. Enrollment in the workshop requires having a pre-development online or blended course to use. Participants will also be able to work with an instructional designer, if desired. 

Next Session: March 30 to April 20. Facilitated by Debbi Canavan (UAA), Katie Walker (UAA-COE) and Heidi Olson (UAF). To secure your spot, registration must be completed by March 28. Registration is limited to 20. Register here



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Academic Innovations & eLearning
UAA/APU Consortium Library, 215 | 3211 Providence Drive | Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 786-4496 | uaa_ai@alaska.edu | Mon-Fri, 8a-5p

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