- Contact Information
- Overview of Services
- Mission Statement
- Meet our Staff
- Certifications & Affiliations
- Academic Advisory Committee
- What is Instructional Design
- Course Design
- Training & Development Opportunities
- Help Guides & Tutorials
- Teaching with Technology Tips
- Educational Resources
- Volume III, Issue III, April 2015
- Volume III, Issue II, December 2014
- Volume III, Issue I, August 2014
- Volume II, Issue III, March 2014
- Volume II, Issue II, December 2013
- Volume II, Issue I, September 2013
- Volume I, Issue III, May 2013
- Volume I, Issue II, April 2013
- Volume I, Issue I, March 2013
- How to Order
- Terms and Conditions
- Home Use Software
- License Renewal Time Periods
- Requests to Become a Software Coordinator
- UND Software Store
- Non-Standard Hardware and Software Purchase Form
Certifications & Affiliations
The Center for Instructional & Learning Technologies partners with several groups that are devoted to promoting the use of technology in instruction and assisting in its implementation.
The non-profit Teaching, Learning, & Technology Group helps educational institutions, associations, and corporations improve teaching and learning by making more appropriate and cost-effective use of information technology. Its network of hundreds of leaders and institutions work together and share strategies. TLT passes on the benefit of their experience through focused assistance, institutional subscription programs and free resources and webcasts.
New Media Centers
In the summer of 1998, the University of North Dakota's Center for Instructional & Learning Technologies and the School of Communication were selected to participate in programs of New Media Centers®, an innovative non-profit consortium made up of higher education institutions and digital technology companies promoting teaching and learning using new media. New Media Centers® is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization helping institutions of higher education enhance teaching and learning through the use of new media. Bringing together pioneers in the new media field from academia and industry, NMC creates a collaborative network of institutions and corporations serving as a catalyst to integrate new media into education.
New Media Centers® identifies academic institutions around the world best suited to serve as models for innovation, both on campus and in their communities. NMC and its corporate members then help them acquire and use state-of-the-art new media technology to create hands-on laboratories. These laboratories offer an ideal setting for beta-testing, software development and the training of tomorrow's workforce.
Acting as the program hub for its members, the NMC national staff convenes both traditional conferences and electronic forums to discuss the key pedagogical, technological and legal issues facing educators and corporations in the new media realm. New Media Centers® institutions work with each other and with NMC corporate members to develop the new technology needed for education. Individual centers are also encouraged to develop community-based programs, such as in-service training workshops for primary and secondary school teachers and professional development courses for lifelong learning.