Academic Technology Institute

In 2011, the USNH Academic Technology Steering Committee founded the annual Academic Technology Institute (ATI) as a way to bring faculty together to explore and find solutions to how to integrate technology into their courses to transform their pedagogy and course design.  Each of the 4 institutions (GSC, KSC, PSU, UNH) selects 10-15 faculty from diverse disciplines to participate in this multi-day event.

At the ATI, faculty explore the pedagogy and tools as well as new thinking around using technology in the classroom. In addition, faculty are given the opportunity to interact and work together with their colleagues across the institutions.

On the last day of the ATI, faculty present their projects. The institute is an annual event which is hosted by one of the USNH institutions:

  • 2011: Granite State College, Conway
  • 2012: Keene State College
  • 2013: Plymouth State College
  • 2014: University of New Hampshire
  • 2015: Granite State College, Concord,
    Open Education: Pedagogy  & Scholarship in a Connected Environment
  • 2016: Keene State College,
    Open Education: Pedagogy  & Scholarship in a Connected Environment
  • 2017: Plymouth State College