The Technology-Enhanced Learning group (TEL) provides vital resources to integrate educational and information technologies into the academic environment. TEL is dedicated to helping USC faculty, students, and staff explore and implement technologies that promote learner-centered education on campus and in distance-learning settings.
TEL initiatives encourage innovation through collaboration. TEL’s goal is to enhance the mobility and flexibility of the learning process and enable greater responsiveness to the needs of a new generation of learners.
TEL is headed by Susan E. Metros, associate vice provost, deputy CIO, and professor of visual design and clinical education. TEL unites three ITS groups to assist the USC community in the strategic use of emerging learning technologies.
Blackboard support; workshops and consulting in mobile learning, course assessment, and more
General-assignment classrooms and general-use learning spaces; ITS-operated computing centers (KOH, SAL, and WPH)
Website design services and consulting on new and emerging technologies; technical support of the USC website and MyUSC portal