Learning Technologies

UAA provides a variety of learning technologies for faculty to deliver their courses, engage students, and create a rich learning environment. If you aren't sure which tools will best support your student learning outcomes and teaching style, start with our guide to selecting tools for online course delivery.

Fall 2021 update: Due to a transitional reduction in capacity, AI&e instructional support will give priority to:

  • New instructors
  • Meeting accessibility requirements
  • Selecting appropriate tools/activities to meet course goals
  • ePortfolio
  • Remote test proctoring (RPNow)

The sections below include guides for most common issues. If you need further assistance with Blackboard functions (including course copies, developmental shells, editing and publishing courses, and troubleshooting) or other UAA core tools, please contact IT Services. Kenai Peninsula College instructors should start with the KPC Educational Technology Team.



Faculty Development & Instructional Support 
Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence, Academic Innovations & eLearning, and Center for Community Engaged Learning 
Library 213 • (907) 786-4496  uaa_ai@alaska.edu  Mon – Fri, 8a – 5p