In collaboration the Provost office, Center for Faculty Excellence, Library and the Teaching & Learning with Technology team have published a website to support faculty in academic continuity and a rapid move to remote teaching and learning. Please visit the Keep Teaching webpage for resources, tools and support. If you need assistance, please reach out to IT and TLT staff through the Service Desk through email: email@example.com or phone: (607)274-1000.
Your Partner in Teaching & Learning
Software and Services through Teaching and Learning with Technology
Updates from TLT
Sakai to be Protected by Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)
Starting August 3rd, Sakai will be protected by Duo. Your login process will remain the same other than the addition of a Duo prompt similar to those on Banner, Office 365, and the HR system. Sakai guest accounts are unaffected by this change. More information about Duo is available at ithaca.edu/duo.
Keep Teaching and Learning
The IT Teaching and Learning with Technology team in collaboration with the Office of the Provost, Office of Extended Studies, Library and Center for Faculty Excellence have put together multiple resources to support faculty and students in the rapid transition to remote teaching and learning. Visit the Keep Teaching Sakai site for Faculty and Keep Teaching website for more information and resources from these campus partners.
On-demand Video Tutorials
The IT Teaching and Learning with Technology team in collaboration with the Center for Faculty Excellence have been busy hosting a number of webinars and creating on-demand video tutorials to support faculty and students in using IT@IC supported academic technology tools including Sakai, Zoom, VoiceThread, TopHat, and many others. Visit media.ithaca.edu to explore the Keep Teaching and Intro to Zoom video resources.
Sakai On-demand Courses for Faculty
The IT Teaching & Learning with Technology team collaborated with the Center for Faculty Excellence staff, Library staff, and faculty members to develop multiple professional development courses during Summer 2020. These courses are designed to be self-paced and provide support in developing pedagogical, theoretical, and technological skills that can be applied to online, hybrid, and face-to-face instruction. Interested faculty members can log in to Sakai with their Ithaca.edu credentials and self-enroll in either of these courses at any time.
Need help for your course?
Contact the IT Service Desk to work with our experts
or to request a one-on-one overview of the classrooms you will be teaching in.