The Ed Tech Resource Finder is a guide to technological resources and tools at Vanderbilt. A collaboration with Digital Learning and VIDL, this specialized resource curator helps find and teach the Vanderbilt community about our tools on campus. Tools are grouped by themes and by large resource directories.
Brightspace is Vanderbilt's new course management system as of Summer 2017. Learn more about implementation, resources, and support.
A podcast on educational technology in higher education. Leading Lines is produced out of Vanderbilt University by the Office of the Associate Provost for Digital Learning, the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching, the Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning, and Office of Scholarly Communications at the Vanderbilt University Library.
Learn from Vanderbilt experts how to successfully navigate copyright laws and institutional policies at Vanderbilt University.
Explore Vanderbilt's mass open online courses (MOOCs) with Coursera, a partner with top universities and organizations to offer open-access courses online.
The Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning is proud to offer to the VU community a self-service video studio. The studio is designed so that someone, alone or with a colleague, can produce a high-quality video with a custom background in one visit without the intervention of others.
In this presentation, leaders from the Center for Teaching (CFT), Jean and Alexander Heard Library, and the Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning (VIDL) discuss educational technology at Vanderbilt. This reference provides updates on current ed-tech initiatives, strategies for incorporating technology into the classroom, and will point you toward the campus experts who can assist you with your digital learning needs at Vanderbilt. If you are interested in requesting the roadshow experts come to your school, department, or program, please contact Mallory Perdue at email@example.com.