What Academic Technologies Does
- Academic asset management: consultation and assistance in the effective design, management and access to a wide range of academic digital assets
- Classroom and distributed learning: planning for class and meeting room technologies (smartboards, projectors, computers, etc.); meeting facilitation technologies such as webconferencing, videoconferencing and other synchronous-meeting tools
- Instructional design: faculty consultations and professional development services to support the effective integration of technology tools to support blended and online-learning activities
- Intellectual property awareness: copyright compliance guidance and best practices when using print and electronic materials for face-to-face, blended and online learning
- Learning environments: management, maintenance and development of technology-enhanced learning spaces including Moodlerooms, the college's learning management system, ePortfolios and other collaborative/learning spaces that support Web 2.0 tools and web publishing
- Learning technology support: faculty assistance in exploring, selecting and evaluating a wide range of instructional technologies, such as Accordent, MindMeister and Collaborate Voice Tools, through one-on-one consultations and workshops; popular topics include developing faculty web pages, planning an online study in Moodlerooms and using Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs, wikis, podcasting and other tools to support student learning
- Library services: support student development of research and information literacy skills; advance faculty and staff research; reference services; electronic collections; instructional workshops and resources; interlibrary loan; and citation-management and text-comparison tools.
For more information about these services, go to OIT services and support.
To request services submit a technology support request.