Technology Team

The Technology Team includes a broadly skilled team of professionals who have extensive experience partnering with faculty to implement technology-based solutions that support a given pedagogy. In conjunction with college IT staff, the Technology Team also seeks to identify emerging technologies that show promise for improving student outcomes, and then works with the extended eLearning community at UC to conduct small scale pilots that, if successful, can be scaled to campus-wide solutions.

6S Model

Following the 6S model, the Technology Team plays an integral role in the investigation, implementation and sustainability of the enterprise tools that we use on campus.  This is the team that often works with strategic community partners on campus to coordinate pilot programs, interface with vendors, promote accessibility and ensure continued engagement throughout product implementation.  The technology team also remains engaged as the products mature and take root in the community.  

As one of the teams within the Center for Excellence in eLearning, the technology team also partners internally with instructional designers and creative team members on projects in support of both campus-wide and college-level initiatives.

The Technology Team currently manages several eLearning projects that partner with the user community to deliver eLearning solutions.

  • The Canopy project team oversees the University's eLearning ecosystem. Members from across the university meet bi-weekly to review and investigate tools and services that make up eLearning at UC.
  • Echo360 is the university’s enterprise tool for lecture capture.  It allows instructors to create and upload content (before or during class) and allows students to access it anytime, anywhere and from any device.
  • The eLearning Backpack project is an initiative to provide faculty with backpacks loaded with tools that will allow them to fully leverage the services available in Canopy. It is an opportunity for faculty to reimagine how they create/deliver course content and engage with their students.
  • Kaltura is UC's enterprise media streaming and video repository tool. It is available within Blackboard and as a stand-alone software option.
  • WebEx is a web-based conferencing tool that can host a variety of events, from small group meetings or virtual office hours, to large webinars or conferences. Participants have the ability to share files, documents, videos, and even have access to a shared whiteboard.

Meet the CEeL Technology Team


Technology Team

Mike Mitchum
Mike Mitchum

Interim Director of eLearning Technology

CoN, CAHS

Dave Rathbun
Dave Rathbun

Instructional Technologist

CEAS

Mike Suit
Mike Suit

Instructional Designer/Accessibility Network

Jason Day
Jason Day

Senior Instructional Technologist

Tina Meagher
Tina Meagher

Senior Video Strategist

Online Video