Take advantage of ODEE support and expertise through in person and virtual opportunities designed to help the Ohio State community implement learning technology in the classroom. Our teams work with faculty, staff, and students to hone skill development and explore options for innovative teaching and resource sharing.
Attendees can ask questions and work directly with staff from ODEE at various workshops throughout the year. Workshop topics focus on ODEE's major toolset resources and additional learning technology offerings. Explore our upcoming workshops and register online. Click here to subscribe to our eLearning list and receive ODEE's weekly workshops email.
Our bootcamps are designed to help faculty members learn skills and application while collaborating with each other in an intensive multi-day training and hands-on working environment. Learn more about ODEE bootcamps, come to an information session, apply, and join us at our next bootcamp.
Digital Union Assistance (Walk-In or Reservation)
Each of our five campus locations features reservable computers and collaborative spaces, robust multimedia software, comprehensive Lynda tutorials, and expert staff to assist you. Learn more about the amenities in each Digital Union Space.
Join us at Innovate, ODEE's annual conference that explores recent advancements, best practices, and provocative theories on teaching and learning with technology.
For questions, please reach out to ODEE's Learning Technology team at email@example.com.
Tech Hub Trainings/Events
TechHub, Ohio State's campus technology store, also offers in-person consultations and training events. Learn more.
Lynda.com is an online tutorial service available to all Ohio State faculty, staff, and students for free through a subscription service with the Digital Unions. Access expertise on Photoshop, Excel, 3D printing and a wealth of other software.
ODEE Resource Center
We provide the tools you need for success, and the support you need to use them effectively. Our online Resource Center offers comprehensive support for all ODEE services.
Engage in a whole new way by creating new materials through Apple's iTunes U. Bringing together text, audio, and video, iTunes U provides an opportunity to develop open educational resources and gives faculty and staff a new way to engage students through technology.
I try to attend as many workshops as possible to stay current on our learning technology because in my role as a Teaching Assistant coordinator, I train and support TAs teaching courses. Because many freshmen take our course it is important that we stay current with learning technology, and that we are supporting instructors in best practices in teaching and educational technology. Melissa Beers, Program Director, TA Coordinator