Instructional Technology Services


Instructional Technology Consultation and LMS Content Support employ a consultative approach in the selection and optimal use of available academic technology tools. We also specialize in the creation and editing of interactive learning content, fostering engaging and pedagogically-sound teaching environments. 

Our team of Instructional Technologists offer Canvas Consultations, providing guidance on migrating course materials from Blackboard to Canvas.  

Additionally, Instructional Technologists provide support for OIT’s Technology Review process. 

We're dedicated to partnering with faculty and staff to explore new teaching and learning technologies that align with learning outcomes and facilitate an engaging learning experience for students. 

Who can access

  • Instructional Technology support is available to all OHIO faculty and staff. There is no cost to use our consultation or media production services. 

How to request access


Instructional Technology Consultations

Meet with an Instructional Technologist to get help with:

  • Academic technology tool  research and selection – Learn which academic tech tool(s) will best suit your needs.

  • Canvas Consultation – Request a one-on-one consultation to explore strategies for migrating your course materials from Blackboard to Canvas. One of our technologists will consult with you to review your course materials and make recommendations for the best ways to preserve the functionality of your course materials while moving the content to Canvas.  

  • Interactive learning content creation – Request (or get help with) the creation or post-production editing of custom audio, video, and other content for your course. Post-production editing is also available for content created by the Multimedia Studio or by using the Media Recording Kits provided by University Libraries.

  • Technology consultations and workshop – Request a one-on-one consultation, or a group workshop to discuss the best uses of academic technology tools in a classroom setting to meet your course outcomes.
  • Technology Review support – Instructional Technologists support OIT’s new Technology Review process for tools related to teaching and learning activities. When you submit a Technology Review for a tool related to teaching and learning, one of our technologists will consult with you during the review process about your goals for the tool. OIT is committed to supporting innovative teaching and learning practices and can also facilitate preview groups and pilot activities for tools that pass Technology Review.

Canvas and Blackboard Content Support

Request that Instructional Technologists make changes or updates to your course(s), in either Blackboard or Canvas such as:

  • Course development and maintenance support – Get help changing or updating materials for your online courses, including:

    • Updating and maintaining course materials  
    • Populating courses using your desired layout (module development)
    • Checking course layout and materials for functionality and usability
    • Updating your syllabus, course schedule, and course links  
    • Copying courses from previous semesters

Additional resources

Join the Teaching and Learning Technologies Advisory Community

Service support

Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center ( to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


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If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access OHIO websites, videos, online forums, documents, or other information technology, please let us know
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