We’re happy you’re here. You’ve come to the right place for teaching innovation and you’re a step away from connecting with our support teams. In IT-ATS, we help all those who teach at the University of Delaware improve teaching and learning through the effective application of technology – in classrooms and online.


We’re available to work with you remotely or in Pearson 116.


Our Teams

Canvas logo

Canvas at UD

UD’s Learning Management System

UD Capture logo

UD Capture Suite

Create and share videos and classroom recordings

Zoom logo

Zoom at UD

UD’s videoconferencing software

Instructional Design

Our instructional designers collaborate with you to create effective learning experiences. Our research-backed strategies and strong relationships with instructors result in high-quality course design.



Our Tools

Canvas logo

Canvas Add-On Tools

Power up the student learning experience in Canvas by integrating tools such as DesignPlus for Canvas, Perusall, FeedbackFruits, Google Assignments, Ally, Yellowdig Engage and more.


Course Design Review

The University of Delaware course-level review tool for improving instructional design and accessibility. UD login required for this Google Sheet.

Online Program Development Playbook

The University of Delaware guide to take an idea for an online program from concept to completion. UD login required for this Google Doc.


Check out our Podcast!

ON Podcast logo

ON – Cultivating Student Engagement in Higher Ed is a podcast originally produced by Dr. Katy Berkow, former Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS) in the Accounting & MIS Department at the University of Delaware. We’re pleased to announce that this successful podcast will continue under the expert guidance of Dr. Lauren Kelley, an instructional designer in UDIT Academic Technology Services (ATS). The reimagined podcast will still provide teaching perspectives related to instructors and students, but will shift toward how technology and innovation add value to the teaching and learning practice. Previous ON listeners can expect to become better acquainted with support services available to them regardless of course modality. 

Summer Institute on Teaching

Join us on  Wednesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 30th for The Summer Institute on Teaching (SIT)!  This annual event is an opportunity to hear from your colleagues about their teaching successes, learn new ways to engage your students, and discover innovative tools and approaches to support your pedagogy. Registration opens April 29!” 

Learn more