THE EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES AND PEDAGOGY DRIVE THE TECH AND ITS USE,
NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND
Helping The Community
The UA3 Tech philosophy is to implement technology solutions that enhance the academic mission by focusing on the student learning process, the pedagogy, and the goals of the school. Our team works together with the academic community and technology providers to answer the most important question of all:
How will this new technology both help the student to better learn the content, and function properly within the context of the institution?
Today's academic programs accommodate increasingly sophisticated students, staff, and faculty with ever-expanding information and communications requirements, as well as the digital illiterate who do not have the training or the background to use technology to their advantage.
The education community has been a leader in expanding the ability to communicate and exchange ideas using many varied approaches. The customization of the learning experience to the individual needs of the student is a specialty.
"Tech gives the quietest student a voice" Jerry Blumengarten, student
Our partners have implemented the first Mediated Classroom for a large public academic - research university in 1984, their first PC-based distance education Teaching Theater in 1986, the first interactive skills lab in 1995, and the first Immersion Classroom for a fast growing Midwestern university in 1999. From the mid 1980's to today, our team has designed and executed numerous ground-breaking learning environments around the world.
We do not "repackage" the learning experience but assist our clients to "reinvent" it through a well-conceived, aggregated technology solution including hardware, applications, infrastructure, management, and support. It is always in the context of the institutions vision for the future.
UA3 has the unique blend of ability, resources, and experience to support those who apply technologies to the academic community of the future.