Expand Your Teaching Toolkit



Expand Your Teaching Toolkit

A digital-learning environment enhances the classroom experience by giving innovative opportunities for student interaction and learning.

The University of Arizona licenses teaching technologies to provide a set of cutting-edge instructional tools that help your students collaborate, create community and practice skills. 

The UCATT Instructional Technologies team offers training and support for D2L and many other instructional technologies.

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Whether you are an instructional technology novice or an expert, our Help Centers are designed to make it easy to find the answers you need.


A digital learning environment enhances the classroom experience by providing innovative opportunities for student interaction and learning. Below is a list of tools we support. 


We provide comprehensive support for instructors using D2L for their courses in any modality.


An online meeting or webinar tool for courses, departments, or university events.


A video platform tool to create, share, and stream on-demand videos.


Synchronous and asynchronous slide-based presentation and conversation tool.


An interactive video platform that transforms passive observation into active learning.

Top Hat

An interactive tool where you can create and conduct polls and collect responses.

Canvas Credentials

A digital credential platform that awards badges based on predefined earning criteria.


A tool for creating interactive videos, quizzes, and presentations.


Create personalized portfolios for students to showcase and share their learning.


Create assignments, exams, and quizzes for efficient grading.

Microsoft Teams

A cloud-based team collaboration software that is part of the Office 365 suite.

Online Proctoring

Proctoring solutions for use in fully online courses for high-stakes assessments. Learn about proctoring.

A student and a student-worker chat about a project at Catalyst Studios inside the UArizona library.

Need Help?

We provide training, documentation, and support that empowers you to integrate technology into your course.

Email: intech@arizona.edu
Phone: 520-626-6804 (8:00 - 5:00 MST)
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