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In 2002, when the FCET launched the Copenhaver Awards for Innovation in Teaching with Technology, the driving purpose was to help create some opportunities for faculty to share their experiences, trade ideas, adapt strategies and tools they discovered, etc. During the process of getting to know the work of the 90+ instructors who have been nominated for the award since 2002, we've discovered many tools that UCLA faculty, usually together with teams of graduate students, undergrads, and IT staff, have developed and refined and redeveloped to help their students grasp some of the most difficult concepts in the courses they teach.

This website, launched in spring 2005, is the first step in shining a spotlight on the tools that UCLA faculty have created, are using, and are eager to share with colleagues.

Software by Department


Design|Media Arts
Processing C.E.B. Reas

Linguistics
FeaturePad Bruce Hayes

Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
CCLE Quiz Tool Nancy Ezer

Organismic Biology, Ecology, and Evolution
JWatcher Daniel Blumstein

Philosophy
Logic 2000 David Kaplan

Political Science
SMSGameServer Jeff Lewis

Statistics
Statistics Online Computational Resource Ivo Dinov



We welcome your participation in this endeavor:
  • If you use one of the listed tools in your teaching, please send us the link to the course and we will add it to the examples;
  • If you have created a learning tool and would like to have it added to the Tools for Teaching site, please send us the information you see on existing pages;
  • If you have ideas on how to make this information or this site more accessible and useful to you, please let us know.

Please contact Michelle Lew (mlew@oid.ucla.edu) to take your place among UCLA innovators.
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