Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Center for Academic Technology

About Us


Since 1925, Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) has been dedicated to giving students the opportunity for education. In the mid 1990s, Texas A&M University-Kingsville began offering Videoconference courses via TTVN. Shortly after online courses were added. Today we offer a diverse amount of programs and courses offered via videoconference, web-substituted, hybrid, and fully online.

The Center for Academic Technology is dedicated to supporting teaching and learning at TAMU-K, as well as contributing to student achievement and academic success by teaming up with faculty in all disciplines to integrate instructional technology into the curriculum of Distance Learning courses, through the design and facilitation of technology-mediated student-centered practices, and the provision of faculty professional development certifications and college-wide training.

For details about our department organizational structure, please refer to this org chart

TAMU-K is a Quality Matters member institution. In addition, TAMU-K The Center for Academic Technology staff are associated with the Texas Distance Learning Association, United States Distance Learning Association, Quality Matters Instructional Design Association, Texas Blackboard Users Group, Texas A&M University System-Council for Academic Technology and Innovation in Education, and THECB-Learning Technology Advisory Committee.