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Learning Technology Updates

On this page, you will find updates regarding all the learning technologies that are used at UVic. This also includes the adoption process for new technologies and a request for additional tools.

Latest Updates

Learning Technology Update – iClicker Cloud

Macmillan Learning has recently announced that they are sunsetting iClicker Classic software that UVic instructors have used to foster in-class student engagement, and transitioning to iClicker Cloud. iClicker Cloud is a fully-online student response system capable of collecting student feedback...

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Learning Technology Update | July 2023

  On Monday, July 10th Brightspace will be introducing updates to user experience, assessment, evaluation, and timing in order to make tools like Assignments, Discussions, and Quizzes more consistent and user-friendly. In addition, an integration with the new UVic Library reserves system is...

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Brightspace Update – December 2021

Every month, UVic's learning technologies release new features and updates.This post will give you a quick overview of what's new and exciting.Brightspace The December update to Brightspace includes changed to the way dates are handled by the discussion module, improved language terms for quizzes...

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New Technology Adoption

Do you have a tool that you would like the University to use or have a particular technology request for your course?

Centrally Supported Tools


Our learning management system available for all courses


Live virtual classroom and online meeting space


Video platform to support in-person, online, blended and multi-access learning and teaching

Microsoft Teams

An online space designed for conversation and collaboration

Online Academic Community

Our locally hosted and centrally supported instance of WordPress


A collaborative grading and analytics tool

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April 28, 2021

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