For Students

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Digital Learning Supports Students

In addition to indirectly supporting students by developing high-quality, vibrant and engaging online course materials for University of Arizona learners, Digital Learning also directly supports students through access to, and support of, digital technologies.

Tech Tools & Troubleshooting

In addition to developing high-quality, vibrant and engaging online course materials for University of Arizona learners, Digital Learning also directly supports students through access to, and support of, instructional tools that adapt and personalize learning and promote student success. 

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Adobe Creative Cloud

The University of Arizona was the first Adobe Creative Campus in the West! All UA students can access Adobe Creative Cloud for free, but you must register your account before you can log into the apps. To register or to learn more about our free and frequent training workshops and online tutorials, visit Adobe & Arizona.

Adobe & Arizona

Instructional Technologies

Digital Learning also offers four tech tools that are often used in courses to help students collaborate, create community and practice skills. To learn more about these instructional technologies - VoiceThread, PlayPosit, Examity and Credly - please visit our Student Knowledge Base on the InTech website. 

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Tech Resources for Online Learning website

Other Tools and Resources

While Digital Learning offers training and support for several enterprise tools, there are many more technologies and services available to UA students. To learn more about the technologies and support services our campus partners offer for students, visit Student Resources for Online Learning.

Student Resources for Online Learning

Student Engagement Opportunities 

Students play an important role in Digital Learning. In addition to working side-by-side with the Digital Learning team, students also help keep us up to date on emerging trends in online learning, provide guidance on pilots, and participate as RFP committee members when we evaluate and purchase new technologies.

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Student Employment 

Student workers are an integral part of the Digital Learning team, and they participate in all aspects of what we do, from online course development, multimedia production, tech training and troubleshooting, communications and more. Interested in working with us? Connect with Digital Learning on Handshake, the University of Arizona's student job board and career development platform.

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