Skip to main content
Sign In

Academic Technology and Extended Learning (ATEL)

University of Colorado Denver, Office of the Chancellor

Academic Technology & Extended Learning

ATEL consists of the following service areas:


Academic Information Systems and Development

This unit manages the installation and maintenance of all ATEL centrally supported systems including Blackboard, Adobe Connect (downtown), the Shared Web Application Environment (SWAE) and the campus content management system running on the Microsoft SharePoint system infrastructure. In addition, development services include custom code solutions for product extensions, customizations and integration with other campus systems such as the student information system as well as custom application development for a variety of university clients.


Academic Technology and Media Production

Provides service and support for academic technologies, multimedia and faculty training (excluding smart classrooms and computer labs which Auraria Media Center and ITS supports). This includes training and end-user support for the eCollege and Blackboard Learning and Community Systems, video conferencing, web-conferencing, video production, streaming video and various academic technologies used in both online and traditional classes.


CITT: Custom Web Projects

CITT is a multimedia instructional design studio specializing in web sites, custom web applications, and online courses. Our clients include universities, corporations, research centers, state governments, and other nonprofit agencies. For more information please contact Jeremy Warren at 303-315-3688 to set up a consultation for your web project.


Web Applications

Online Courses


Continuing and Professional Education (CPE)

CPE is the central service unit for the Extended Studies Programs managed by each School/College and for the CU Succeed high school program operated through Student Services. CPE is also the liaison office with the Department of Higher Education (DHE) on CPE policy, state reporting and compliance issues.


CU Online

CU Online develops and supports online and hybrid/blended courses/programs and manages training and support services for faculty and students using them. Online/Hybrid enrollments exceeded over 20,000 last year.


Faculty Resources

Current Students



Launched in 2010 by the University of Colorado's Office of the President, CU's eCommunications (eComm) Program offers a single unified platform for delivering electronic communications to CU constituents, such as alumni, donors and friends of the university. This suite of web-based tools includes:

  • email marketing
  • event management
  • online community engagement 
  • reporting

National Learning Center (NLC) "Home of NVTI"

NLC is a contract supported unit engaged in the development and provision of training for employment professionals. Its largest program, the National Veterans Training Institute (NVTI), was established in 1986 to improve the professional skills of veterans' employment and training providers throughout the United States and military-civilian transition specialists worldwide.


University Web Services

University Web Services provides Web site development consulting services to the University of Colorado Denver community, maintains the Web site and the Centrally supported SharePoint Web content management system (CMS).

Website Feedback

SharePoint Training


© The Regents of the University of Colorado, a body corporate. All rights reserved.

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. All trademarks are registered property of the University. Used by permission only.