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As a graduate teaching assistant, you may need to help your instructor integrate instructional technology in the classroom. Purdue-supported technology tools allow you to create an engaging and student-centered learning environment.

Below are several resources that Purdue offers to help with integrating technology in class:

  1. Innovative Learning’s Instructional Technology website outlines all of the Purdue-supported tools Examples of highly used classroom technology include Kaltura Mediaspace, Hotseat, Peer Circuit, and more.
  2. To find out about the available technology in Purdue’s classrooms, go to technology in the classroom
  3. If you would like to capture your live lecture and publish it to your Brightspace course, go to the Boilercast website for information
  4. Instructors may wish to use web conferencing tools in any modality of teaching, whether Face-to-Face, Online, or Hybrid. Click here for a guide from Purdue Information Technology to learn more about web conferencing tools
  5. To request assistance with the classroom technology or conferencing tools email
  6. Learn more about other supported instructional technology tools by going here to the Innovative Learning website.  For assistance with these tools, email 

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