Academic Technologies works collaboratively with the campus community to support and deliver enterprise-level learning technologies. In addition, our team works to develop and enhance the learning technology experience for students, staff, and faculty members, and leads educational technology innovation.
Some of the learning technologies we support include:
- Learning Management Systems (AsULearn, AsULearn-Projects, AsULearn-Global)
- Classroom Technologies
- Media Hosting (Kaltura)
- Video Conferencing (Zoom)
- Collaborative Network Services
- LinkedIn Learning
News & Updates
Could AsULearn reduce gender inequities?
AsULearn is Appalachian's learning management system, built on the open source framework Moodle. The Moodle Academy recently held a webinar presenting...
2022 AsULearn Student Survey
Our AsULearn Team, with help from our LMS Advisory Group, began surveying campus about our Learning Management System back in 2017, and the data colle...
Integrate LinkedIn Learning during Winter Break Closure 2022-23
App State’s winter break closure will begin Friday, Dec. 23, 2022, and campus will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023. This year's cl...
Learning Management Systems
AsULearn (powered by Moodle) is an open-source application that allows classroom interactions to extend onto the web. Academic Technologies supports the primary instance of AsULearn for academic courses, as well as AsULearn-Projects for committees, learning resources, and professional development and AsULearn-Global for courses with enrolled users outside the campus community.
We support, maintain, and standardize all university classrooms according to the SMART classroom standards for classroom technology. In an effort to be open and transparent in the upgrade process, and to help us set priorities for campus, there is a request form for department chairs to use to request a room upgrade for their area.
Kaltura is the enterprise media platform for campus. Education products include personal capture and lecture capture, live events, learning on the go, and student outreach. It is integrated with AsULearn and is also available via MediaSpace.
Zoom is the campus video conferencing platform. Meetings allow for up to 300 participants. For large meetings and webinars, submit a Zoom License Reservation request.
Collaborative Network Services
Collaborative Network Service (CNS) takes the traditional video conferencing format and provides opportunities to collaborate on a multi-tier set of platforms including integrated video-over-IP facilities, SIP enabled software, and Zoom.