Technology for Instructors
Solutions & Services
As KU’s learning management system, Canvas makes it easy for instructors to use online tools and resources for teaching and engaging students.
Lecture Capture enables faculty to schedule automatic recordings of lectures or presentations, or to create ad hoc captures in their classroom or on their KU workstation or personal computer.
Instructors have three options available for web/video conferencing: Zoom, Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration and communication platform for your course, research group, team or department.
The Content Accessibility website provides instructors with assistance in creating or converting online instructional materials to be accessible to the widest audience possible.
The Classroom Technologies website provides a list of centrally-managed classrooms and the technology available in those classrooms.
The Technology for Teaching & Learning website provides a comprehensive inventory of the available tools to help instructors find the right tool to meet their needs.
The Flexible Teaching website helps instructors think through their courses and empowers them to teach in effective ways whether in-person or online.
The University of Kansas has staff and resources to work one-on-one with instructors to assist with teaching and classroom technologies.
KU IT Educational Technologists provide insight and expertise in helping you choose the most effective tools and resources to meet your teaching and technology needs and achieve your desired outcome.
Media Production Studio
The Media Production Studio helps instructors enhance the student experience through multimedia course content.
Center for Online and Distance Learning
The Center for Online & Distance Learning (CODL) offers a wide range of pedagogy and media expertise to help instructors envision and implement online courses.