Technology & Teaching

At eLearning & Teaching Innovation (eLTI), we provide training, workshops, eLearning object development, video production, support podcast recording, project support, consultation and facilitating innovation opportunities. 

We are testing out new educational technologies and tools to see which ones would be most useful to you as instructors. Recognizing the diverse needs of students in the classroom, presenting lessons and information in different platforms or modes ensures all learners have a chance for success.  

These fun tools not only help you create more engaging content but also align the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles. We have identified and can provide support (help with technical issues) several tools you can integrate into your courses. 

Learn more about UDL View eLTI's Portfolio

Articulate 360

Articulate 360 is the top PC-based eLearning authoring software on the market. It has lots of built-in features to create accessible activities that enhance engagement. 


Camtasia is a software application that enable you to create professional looking videos. We’re excited to share that faculty now have access to Camtasia screen recording and video editing software. We have acquired a three-year license for faculty, and depending on usage, hope to renew yearly.  

Vyond (GoAnimate) 

Vyond (GoAnimate): is a web-based software available through subscription. It lets you create fun and lively animated videos quickly and easily. You can use it to bring case studies to life with animated scenarios or demonstrate a complex process or theory through narrated animation. 

Adobe Suite

Adobe Suite: is a software suite of graphic design, video editing and web development applications developed by Adobe Systems. 


H5P: H5P is a free and open-source content collaboration framework based on JavaScript. H5P is an abbreviation for HTML5 Package, and aims to make it easy for everyone to create, share and reuse interactive HTML5 content. You can register a free account at  

Podcast recording 

You can book a recording room with eLTI, at St James campus: St. James (200 King Street): Room 224A 

Interested in working with a Learning Technologies Specialist?

We have Learning Technologies Specialists that support and augment the work done by Instructional Designers. Learning Technologies Specialists work with faculty and coordinators to develop online learning activities for all kinds of courses: web enhanced, hybrid and fully online.  

They partner with faculty, coordinators or chairs to define needs and translate business requirements into performance-based learning strategies and innovative learning courses. Learning Technologies Specialists design and develop self-directed online experiences for students using a variety of software (BB, Articulate Storyline, RISE, Vyond (GoAnimate), H5P, Adobe Suite, Camtasia, etc). 

Our fantastic team of Learning Technologies Specialist: Chilli Leung, Evelyn Chan, and Salvador Garcia-Martinez can help with all your online learning activities.