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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 | July 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 latest Brightspace release includes several updates to the Quiz tool. A new and improved text editor arrives in August, see below for...

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Introducing Echo360 We are pleased to announce that UVic has a new video-platform, Echo360, for in-person, online, blended and multi-access learning and teaching. Beginning in Fall 2021, Echo360 will be the primary video platform for creating class recordings and media. Echo360 is a video platform...

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Multi-Access Teaching and Learning

 The University of Victoria has developed two classrooms that have technology to support multi-access courses, where students can participate in-person or online.About multi-access courses In a multi-access course, students can participate in-person  (e.g., physically on campus) or online (e.g.,...

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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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This page was last updated:

April 28, 2021

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