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  • Learning Resource Network and IT Learning provide resources on how to identify content and choose the most effective Canvas delivery methods, produce reusable lectures in Zoom or Kaltura, and leverage Kaltura to increase interactivity. Search all IT Learning and Development training modules.
  • A reminder that new default security settings for all University Zoom users took effect in May. Review the full list of security changes and other resources.
  • Tech TA Requests for Fall 2020: Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is currently working through the logistical details of the Tech TA program for the fall 2020 semester. We understand that many faculty members are considering either a fully remote or highly flexible, mixed learning environment for students and would benefit from Tech TA support. If you are interested in having a Tech TA for the fall semester, please complete the Tech TA request form and TLT will be in touch with more information.
  • Do you need additional technology, such as an iPad, to deliver course work remotely? Technology tools such as iPads and Apple Pencils are available for loan on a first-come, first-served basis to Penn State faculty who need a way to work virtually through written materials, such as equations. Fill out the Penn State Mobile Technology Request Form with your current mailing address, and the equipment can be shipped directly to you. (Note: You must be logged in to the IT service portal to access the form.) Information about your request will be relayed via the phone number you provide in the form. A return shipping label will be included, so that you can return the equipment at the end of the term in which you are teaching.
  • new University Libraries webpage provides key information regarding pandemic-driven operational changes, access to resources, and much more.
  • For the duration of the pandemic, Penn State University Libraries is licensing more e-books, and its course reserves materials will be available to students mostly online.