Classroom Technology Audit Project

About the Classroom Technology Audit Project

The Digital Strategy Task Force report recommended that CU Denver complete a classroom audit that could inform a roadmap for technology upgrades in order to ensure appropriate classroom technology for teaching across modalities. In gathering some initial data, we seek to verify the status of the CU Denver owned classrooms and assess whether they are meeting today’s current teaching and learning standards as well as meeting today’s technology best practices for flexible teaching and learning capabilities in the classroom.

Initial data collection guiding questions:

  1. What is the age of the current technology infrastructure in each classroom?
  2. What is the functionality and features included in each room?
  3. Does the room offer short-term or permanent technology solutions?
  4. Does the current technology in any way hinder the faculty teaching experience or the student learning experience?

Based on the collection of feedback about cross-disciplinary classroom needs, we will create a phased timeline and resourcing plan to upgrade the classrooms.


Community Conversation on Classroom Technology Audit Project

In this campus presentation on Tuesday, November 1, Corey Parham and Katie Linder presented preliminary findings from data collected over the summer regarding 96 CU Denver classrooms and discussed some possible next steps for the classroom technology audit project. For those not able to attend, a recording of the session can be found below. 

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Register for an Upcoming Feedback Session or Request a Session with Your Unit


In these feedback sessions, we will be collecting information from various campus groups to further refine baseline and advanced models for classroom equipment upgrades that serve both modality and disciplinary needs. Feedback topics will include defining what, if any, standard equipment should be included in all classrooms across the campus. We will also explore teaching and learning needs related to digital connections for various devices, image projection needs, and equipment needed for teaching in flexible hybrid modalities, among other topics.

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Session 1
Wednesday, November 9
9:00 am-10:00 am

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Session 2
Friday, November 11
9:00 am-10:00 am

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Session 3
Tuesday, November 15
11:00 am-12:00 pm

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Session 4
Thursday, November 17
2:00 pm-3:00 pm

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Project Leads

 
Katie Linder, PhD | Associate Vice Chancellor | Digital Strategy and Learning | Executive Sponsor
Doug Sicker, PhD | Vice Chancellor | Office of Information Technology | Executive Sponsor
Corey Parham | Assistant Director of Classroom and AV Operations | Office of Information Technology 
Chris Derry | Project Manager | Office of Information Technology

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