Use Learning Technology
The Academic Technology Solutions Lab (ATSL) in the Center for Teaching and Learning is a resource center for faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants interested in using academic technology to improve teaching, learning, and research.
Our academic technology specialists can help with course design, technology-enhanced pedagogy, media production, tool selection, hardware and software setup, troubleshooting, and more.
Small group workshops
We will lead a custom workshop or training session for your small group on topics and tools such as technology-enhanced pedagogy, remote instruction techniques, Poll Everywhere, Gradescope, iPads, and more.
Connect to Stanford resources
Our experts are well connected to the various technology and pedagogy related service providers across the University. We can connect you to the best Stanford service provider to fit your needs.
iPads for Teaching and Learning
iPads, Apple Pencils, and other accessories are available for faculty, instructors, staff, and TAs to support their course, program, or research projects.
Academic technology hardware
We have various technologies available for testing and short-term loan, including Meeting Owl (360 web conference camera), Oculus VR headset, Surface Pro, Samsung Tab, and so on.
Poll Everywhere provides faculty with an audience response system that can support active learning in the classroom.
With Gradescope paper-based assignments can be scanned, analyzed, and quickly graded with a rubric to provide feedback to students on common problems.
Ed Discussion is a threaded discussion platform that allows instructors and students to interact asynchronously by posting text comments, questions, files, and more to online forums.
Panopto is a video capture, delivery, and content management tool that provides teaching teams greater control over their content.
Canvas is the learning management system used to manage online course environments at Stanford.
The Qualtrics tool is an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys.
MATLAB is a graphical programming environment used to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications.
Slack is a platform for individuals and groups to chat online, organize conversations, and share links and media synchronously or asynchronously.
Domains is a web hosting service for all Stanford users.