Academic Technology Services (ATS) strives to identify, advance and support technology initiatives that enable student success through effective collaboration with the 23 campuses of the CSU, in order to support
Graduation Initiative 2025.
We do this through five key priorities:
By increasing the opportunities for high-quality, inclusive online teaching and learning, we can improve enrollment and retention for degree and certificate programs.
Faculty need access to as many high-quality free and low-cost academic resources as possible, whether for instruction, scholarship, research or creative activity.
ATS enables CSU campuses to improve learning, retention and graduation rates for all students with the help of library resources.
By increasing the adoption, efficiency and success of technological innovation, we can better replicate effective accessible teaching and learning practices across the CSU.
Increase the adoption, efficiencies and success of innovations by developing the relationships between faculty and staff to replicate effective teaching and learning practices across the system.
Register to learn the core fundamentals for creating accessible Word and PowerPoint documents as well as some high-level best practices in regards to PDF documents.
Document Accessibility Training Registration
Accessibilty Document Training Announcement.pdf
The ATS systemwide resources are a collection of tools focused on the overarching goal of supporting student and faculty success.
Explore ATS Resources
The CSU Chancellor's Office Institute for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technology Services have compiled information for the CSU campuses as they seek resources for alternative instructional modalities.
Explore Keep Teaching Resources
The Academic Technology Services team works with faculty, libraries and academic technology staff to implement projects.
Meet the ATS Team
Learn more about upcoming meetings and other events led by ATS and our partners and sign up to join us.
Join Us at a Future Event