All face-to-face CTE programs are cancelled, postponed, or moving online until the end of the Winter term (at minimum). Consultations will continue. Visit CTE's program changes page for details. 

For guidance on teaching strategies and course design, including exams, please see the self-help resources on Keep Learning or send your query to remoteteaching@uwaterloo.ca.

For Technical support, please see the self-help resources on Keep Learning and on LEARN Help or send your query to learnhelp@uwaterloo.ca.

Educational technologies

Person typing on a computer keyboard.CTE's Teaching Tips includes many tips on educational technologies such as clickers, wikis, concept mapping tools, Twitter, screencasts, and many more. You can access that subset of educational technology tip sheets here

Additionally, our ever-evolving technology solutions page identifies a number of common instructional challenges (such as, "My students come to class unprepared") and proposes technologies that can help to resolve each challenge. 

Learn more by contacting Dr. Mark Morton (Senior Educational Developer, Inquiry and Communications)

More resources

Educational Technologies Tip Sheets. Numerous CTE Tip Sheets that explain how to implement educational technologies effectively. 

Ancillary Fees. What fees can be required of students for online resources, field trips, and more. 

Technology Solutions. A list of common instructional challenges along with educational technologies that can solve them. 

Learning Listserv. Join the 250 other Staff and Faculty at Waterloo who receive an email once every two weeks informing them about new educational technologies. Fill out the online form to be added.