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LEARNING TECHNOLOGY COACHES (UofC)


What is it?

Learning Technology Coaches support the implementation of learning technology tools as the campus community transitions to online and remote teaching.

Who is it for?

All instructors at the University of Calgary.

What can it do?

Coaches are available to support academic staff design and implement their online courses, adapt to new learning technologies, and assist with session scheduling and facilitation.

How they can help:
  • Developing a D2L course shell (creating discussion boards, setting up the grades tool, and organizing content) 
  • Setting up quizzes, rubrics and Dropbox for course assignments
  • Recording lectures in YuJa or PowerPoint
  • Assisting instructors in scheduling and running Zoom sessions (troubleshooting issues, scheduling, recording, and creating breakout groups)
  • Creating resources, materials, and guides for using learning technology tools
  • Providing orientation to learning technology for students at the start of a course
  • Managing your course through Top Hat

Meet the Coaches:
  • Find the coach(s) for your department and meet the program lead.


Is it University approved?

The coaches are provided by University of Calgary and supported by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning.





University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Learning Technology Coaches. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/learning-technology-coaches (accessed 07 August 2020).
University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Coach Profiles. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/learning-technology-coaches-profiles (accessed 07 August 2020).