Welcome to the Dx Learning page! Here you will find resources for professional development and digital transformation education, as well as Dx standards, UVU policies, and state and federal laws. For information on Dx strategies and philosophies, see the Strategies page.


UVU's core teaching technologies are vital to the university's virtual infrastructure and our subsequent digital transformation.

Standard tools such as Canvas, Teams, Kaltura, Proctorio, Qualtrics, Delphinium, and MS Bookings all create a better teaching and learning experience for faculty and students.

Click this card to learn more about these technologies and about how the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) fosters learning technology exploration and enhancement across UVU.


UVU Dx strives to conduct itself according to the highest standards and to uphold state and federal laws concerning technology. Faculty, students, and staff are expected to comply with the following policies, standards, and laws.

  • Appropriate Use
  • Electronic Communications
  • Privacy and Disclosure
  • Data Management
  • Information Technology
  • Web and Internet
  • PCI Compliance
  • General

A place for you

Learning Environments


These UVU systems and partners make their services available to the UVU community.  

UVU Learn

UVULearn is an online learning environment that provides employees with resources to improve job skills, acquire new expertise, and pursue personal and professional development. Learners can access online videos, courses, and schedules for live training in a flexible format that is available 24/7.  

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that offers over 15,000 courses to nurture professional development. Through these expert-led courses, UVU students and employees can acquire business, creative, and technology skills. 


UVU Dx has partnered with Pluralsight to update our team's knowledge and skills about current technologies and frameworks. With Pluralsight, employees can benchmark and prove their knowledge, keep up with emerging trends, and build skills in software development, IT Ops, security, personal development, leadership, data management, and more. Contact Brett McKeachnie with any questions.

Microsoft Learn

 In partnering with Microsoft, UVU Dx employees now have access to Microsoft Learn, an online training platform that provides training resources, learning paths, and knowledge resources to boost technical skills. These industry-recognized certifications, instructor-led courses, and virtual training days are available to upskill our team in the rapidly changing technology world. 


Although UVU has not partnered with the following providers of technology-related training, we do recommend that students and faculty explore these publicly-available resources. While some of these resources have an associated fee for users, some are available for free. 


Udemy hosts thousands of online video courses on design, development, IT and software, marketing, and more. With courses added regularly to the catalog, you always get access to up-to-date training in marketable skills. 


Coursera has partnered with hundreds of universities and companies to deliver courses in business analytics, machine learning, computer science, graphic design, and more. Verified certificates are awarded to users upon course completion. 


Harvard and MIT created edX to make education available to everyone everywhere. By opening the classroom through online learning, edX empowers learners to earn a degree or certification in subjects as diverse as computer science, ethics, architecture, medicine, literature, and everything in between.


W3Schools provides free access to web development tutorials, references, and more. Quizzes, exercises, courses, and certificates are also available in topics such as HTML, CSS, SQL, PHP, Python, JQuery, Java, and more. 


This online learning platform empowers you to develop yourself with new skills. Skillshare offers thousands of business, technology, creative, and lifestyle courses. 


Codecademy believes that code contains a world of possibilities. They offer a catalog of courses on programming languages, web development, data science, machine learning, computer science, game development, and more. In addition, Codecademy provides resources such as articles, blogs, videos, and cheat sheets for beginners. 

Kahn Academy

This non-profit online academy is largely directed at primary and secondary education, but Kahn Academy helps students who struggle to learn in traditional environments. Learners are able to create foundations in math, grammar, science, history, and more.


Masterclass is a subscription streaming service that provides video training by subject-matter experts. With a MasterClass subscription, users also get access to smartphone and TV apps, offline lessons, classes, and sessions (a new hands-on format where subscribers can learn from Teaching Assistants as they participate in a 30-day structured curriculum). 


UVU partners with higher education and technology industry analysts and leaders. In doing so, we gain access to vast resources and research to help make the best technology decisions for our higher education environment. Explore this section to learn more about our partners and to gain access to the resources they make available to us. 


EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. They provide knowledge, resources, and community-building opportunities needed to help shape strategic IT decisions at UVU.

Being a member of EDUCAUSE means being part of the largest community of technology, academic, industry, and campus leaders who are committed to advancing higher education. They help us lead, manage, deploy, and use information technology to address and innovate on common issues and opportunities in higher ed IT.

If you're interested in learning more and getting involved, contact Brett McKeachnie.

Internet2 & InCommon

Internet2 is a community providing cloud solutions, research support, and services tailored for Research and Education. Our trusted, secure network empowers higher education, research institutions, government entities, and cultural organizations.

InCommon provides integrated service and software solutions for research and education that include single sign-on, access to cloud and local services, and seamless global collaboration for students, faculty, staff, and researchers. InCommon serves as the U.S. node for the eduroam wi-fi service. For more information, visit incommon.org.

If you have further questions about UVU's partnership with Internet2 or InCommon, contact Eddie Sorensen. 


In today’s landscape, it is more important than ever that higher education institutions reimagine the campus experience. Technology has a critical role in driving this transformation.

Microsoft can help drive innovative student engagement, transform operations, and ensure a secure, connected campus to empower you to reimagine education.

If you want to know more about our partnership with Microsoft, contact Reed Warner.


Info-Tech Research Group is the world’s fastest-growing information technology research and advisory company, proudly serving over 30,000 IT professionals. They produce unbiased and highly relevant research to help CIOs and IT leaders make strategic, timely, and well-informed decisions. They partner closely with the Dx team to provide everything they need, from actionable tools to analyst guidance, ensuring they deliver measurable results for their UVU. 

To learn more about Info-Tech's partnership with UVU, contact Brett McKeachnie.