University of the District of Columbia Technology Adaptation Data


Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the announcement of stay-at-home orders, the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) shifted to a remote-learning and telework posture. In doing so, the University saw substantial increases in the number of its community members engaging with available technical solutions.

As faculty, staff, and students moved from in-person to virtual classrooms, labs, and meetings, they found new ways to connect and collaborate. As shown by the data below, they turned to the many cloud-centric applications that were already on hand and working within the UDC ecosystem. This new focus on virtualization and technology adoption truly empowered our community to minimize their physical distance while continuing to achieve the University’s mission.

This page highlights some of the applications that have experienced increased user engagement during this period.

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Application Information

MS Teams – Collaborative online workspace for faculty and staff.

MS OneDrive – Cloud-based personal file hosting and storage.

Blackboard Learn – Virtual learning environment and learning management system.

Qualtrics – Online survey creation and engagement management platform.

MS Teams Usage Overview

MS Team Usage Overview

MS Teams Usage (Pre-Telework vs Telework)

MS Teams usage (pre-telework vs Telework)

Blackboard Learn Instructor Activity

Instructor Activity on BB Overview

Blackboard Learn Instructor Activity
(Pre-Telework vs Telework)

Instructor Activity on BB Pre-telework vs telework

MS OneDrive Usage Overview (in GB)

One Drive Usage Overview Graphic

UDC Qualtrics

User Data

(November 7, 2019 – May 7, 2020)

License Usage

Last 6 months


Responses - Graphics Qualtrics

New Users

New users Graphic Qualtrics

Activity Report

Updated: May 7, 2020

User Engagement Report

User Engagement Report - Qualtrics