Our mission is to support the CSUN community in its endeavor to transform and elevate students’ lives through education, by spearheading the integration of technology and universal design to enrich teaching and learning.
To accomplish this mission, we champion equitable access to education regardless of one’s ability and background, create professional development training opportunities, support the adoption of instructional technology for curricular enrichment, and develop data-supported tools to facilitate faculty, staff, and student success.
We are committed to delivering the highest standards of service, promoting innovation in the classroom, and fostering partnerships that benefit our CSUN community.
Fall 2022 Grading Period
To ensure a smooth close of the semester, please review these grading reminders and user guides. Read more about the Fall 2022 grading period.
Accessibility Tip on Dashes and Hyphens
A screen reader is an assistive technology that helps people with vision impairment to access and interact with websites or applications through touch or audio. However, there are some limitations with screen readers. For example, screen readers do not know what the – symbol represents, whether it is a minus sign, hyphen, en dash or em dash, and will not read it. So, when you are creating content for your courses, it is always a good practice to spell out the word and any abbreviations or make a reference to your abbreviation when used for the first time. Read More About Accessibility Tip on Dashes and Hyphens
Accessibility Tip - Share Notes, Share Knowledge
In my dual role as an instructor and an accessibility analyst at the Universal Design Center, I often try to weave accessibility practices into my teaching strategies. They are mostly easy to implement and benefit all students. There may be students who do not self-identify as individuals who need certain accommodations to participate in class activities and meet the learning objectives. Read More About Accessibility Tip - Share Notes, Share Knowledge
Join the Pilot for New Video Tool InSpace
Are you tired of Zoom’s squares and boxes? Do you find its layout limiting? CSUN Academic Technology is piloting a new and engaging video platform called InSpace. Read More About the Pilot for New Video Tool InSpace
Sharing DEI Instagram with Students
Academic Technology and the Faculty Technology Center have embarked on a campaign to use social media to increase awareness of campus-supported digital programs. So, we invite you to follow Infotech_CSUN on Instagram! Read More About Sharing DEI Instagram with Students