Today's technology offers many opportunities to enrich teaching and enhance student learning. CSUN faculty are invited to apply for an eLearning Grant to obtain support to develop instructional projects that improve student learning -- for instance through flipped or hybrid classes, tablet pedagogy or interactive eTexts. Read more
eTexts created by Professor Aimie Kachingwe have transformed the learning process for her Physical Therapy doctoral students at CSU Northridge. Read more
The Oviatt Library has tools to help faculty and students succeed with myCSUNtablet. Read more
CSUN is an early adopter of using the iPad in education, but other universities are experimenting with tablets. Read about what other institutions are doing and how they are working with students. Read more
In many classrooms, faculty can now teach untethered — freeing them to move about the room and mingle with students while they work through problems both individually and as teams. Biology Professor Mary-Pat Stein said teaching untethered allows her to directly interact with students, even in a large class. Watch a video and learn how to get started today.