• Innovation: ATS works collaboratively to find solutions to specific teaching, learning and research challenges. We bridge innovation design strategies with effective evidence-based practices t0 inspire and inform  education innovation across campus.
  • Design: Partner with an ATS instructional designer to help creatively map and manage your course design process from beginning to implementation to evaluation. We align assessments, learning activities and course objectives, identify appropriate technologies, design and develop prototypes, assist in grant writing, and recommend funding options.
  • Tech-Solutions: ATS  can help identify technology solutions. From the campus Learning Management System (UC Davis Canvas), to lecture capture, to interactive technologies, to the eLearning studios, to custom made tools, ATS offers integrated technology solutions in support of academic excellence.
  • Media:  Design and production professionals offer video, audio, graphic, photographic and animation services for development of engaging instructional content.
  • Community: Connect with your colleagues on teaching, learning, and research ideas and solutions at our active learning events, workshop series, and tailored departmental presentations.


  • Sharing: Get a one-on-one consultation with a CEE specialist for individualized strategies or participate in a workshop and learning community to learn research-based  best practices, and get new ideas for how to enhance your teaching.
  • (Re)design: CEE can guide you through the course design or redesign process and help you clarify learning objectives, align activities and assessments with course outcomes, incorporate principles of Universal Design for Learning, and create feasible course assessment and development plans.
  • Funding: Talk with CEE to find funding opportunities  for your project and get assistance with preparing a proposal for the UC-systemwide Innovative Learning Technology Initiative.
  • Impact: Partner with CEE to research the impact of your course redesign or a particular instructional intervention.
  • Resources: Get referrals to resources and courses to learn more about online, hybrid, and blended courses, and learn what other UC Davis faculty are doing with integrating technology in teaching.


  • Support: If you’re developing an online course program, a certificate program, a MOOC, or a professional course sequence for a professional or continuing education market, consult with a member of the Extension team for full service instructional design, multi-media production and marketing support.
  • Investments: Extension offers potential investment, revenue sharing and faculty compensation plans.
  • Analysis: Through market research and competitive analysis, instructors partnering with Extension can understand clearly who their course reaches and its impact on the learning community.
  • Partnerships: With Extension, instructors can develop partnerships for entrepreneurial activity.


  • Accessibility: SDC specialists can test your instructional tools and technologies to determine if they are accessible to all students.
  • Accommodations: Talk with SDC specialists about student accommodations for exams.
  • Technology: Learn about assistive technology available on campus.
  • Conversion: File conversion can make a variety of file formats, including audio and braille formats more accessible. File conversion can be done online at the SDC’s File Conversion website.
  • Transcription: The SDC can provide transcripts (or closed captions with advance notice) of all instructional video content.
  • Sharing: SDC specialists can share information about creating course materials that are accessible to all students and information about the common disabilities students may have.


  • Research sessions: Consult with a librarian to learn how to introduce your students to information search tools/strategies in your discipline
  • Resource guides: Librarians can help you develop customized, online resource guides to help your students access, use and evaluate sources
  • Skill development: Through a one-on-one consultation, librarians can help you craft assignments that challenge your students to enhance their information research skills
  • Resources: Librarians can help you identify open educational resources to integrate into your courses
  • Fair use: The library offers information on fair use guidelines to assist your choices in course readings.