Compliance and Institutional Training Programs
DoIT AT provides consultation, support and technology tooling to UW-Madison groups who deliver required, online training to employees and students within Canvas. Some of the programs include HIPAA compliance training, cybersecurity awareness training, U Got This! sexual assault and dating violence prevention training and AlcoholEdu.
Experience of First Year Students
DoIT AT partners with the Center for the First Year Experience in supporting students throughout their first year. This includes developing the technical applications for the new student orientation and academic advising. In addition, DoIT AT provides significant support for the delivery of the Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) Program. DoIT AT provides expertise in user experience, digital accessibility, technical implementation, architecture and project management.
Collaborating closely with the Data Empowered Educational Practices (DEEP) Executive Strategic Committee , the Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning and others, DoIT AT staff contributes to learning analytics projects including the Learner Engagement Analytics Dashboard (LEAD) and Learner Activity View for Advisors (LAVA), DoIT AT staff, including those in the Learning Analytics Center of Excellence, are also responsible for core T&L infrastructure, stewardship of the T&L data domain, and alignment with the campus analytics strategy.
Collaborating closely with campus researchers, TRAD staff provide technical expertise to build solutions for data collection, aggregation, and sharing. Recent innovative projects include working with the Peery Wildlife Ecology + Conservation Lab to develop strategies for ameliorating threats to endangered wildlife and with the Social Media and Adolescent Health Research Team to explore how technology use interacts with adolescent health outcomes.
Student Learning Assessment
By bridging the space between schools, colleges, and departments and institutional requirements, the Student Learning Assessment (SLA) initiative collaborates widely across campus. Our contributions support the Course Learning Outcome (CLO) Expedited Project, paving the way for improved utilization of the suite of AEFIS tools (Course Evaluations, Syllabus, Direct Evidence of Student Learning, Annual Assessment Reports, Program Assessments), which are managed by Learn@UW-Madison.
Designed for students who have some college credits, UW–Madison Online degrees prepare students for dynamic careers in growing industries. Currently, the focus is on the functional implementation of 8 week courses with five start dates throughout the year to allow students more flexibility in enrollment. DoIT AT provides expertise in learning analytics, user experience, digital accessibility, technical implementation, architecture and project management.