Learning Technologies

Learning Technologies promotes the use of technology in teaching, learning, research, and public service with a customer-centric, systematic approach to support and delivery of superior quality services. We foster partnerships and customer relations that inspire communication, collaboration and distribution of information while engaging the user community in IT best practices for classroom innovation and workplace productivity.  

LT is organized into the following groups to accomplish this mission.

Learning Technologies is governed by faculty and staff input through the Education Technology Council.

More information can be found on the Learning Technologies Web site.


 

Instructional Services

Instructional Services promotes the use of technology in teaching, learning, research, and public service with a customer-centric, systematic approach to support and delivery of superior quality services. We foster partnerships and customer relations that inspire communication, collaboration and distribution of information while engaging the user community in IT best practices for distance education course delivery.  


Classroom Technology

The Classroom Technology group is responsible for the design, installation and support of the technologies employed in the classrooms and some conference or meeting room space around campus. There are two basic mock-up models, one being the podium installed classroom and the other being the laptop capable classroom. Additional equipment such as audio systems, video cassette recorders, DVD playback, and in some areas CATV, are available. The ultimate idea is that technology is used to supplement and enhance the learning environment of the students.


Web and Multimedia Technologies

Web & Multimedia Technologies provides advanced programmatic development and support for learning services, multimedia applications, infrastructure middleware, and customer-focused tools and initiatives.


Contact Learning Technologies at the email addresses above.