Academic Computing is located in Kivett Hall. We offer a variety of resources for effectively integrating technology into teaching.
Academic Computing Mission
Academic Computing is focused on the implementation of instructional technology. In collaboration with faculty and staff, Academic Computing works to enhance student learning by encouraging the use of applicable technology in education, serving as a resource for information regarding new directions in the use of technology in teaching, and providing instructors the opportunity for professional development.
Academic Computing offers a number of services for faculty, departments, and university programs. Our services are customizable based on your needs and assistance can be provided individually or in a group.
Examples of Academic Computing Services:
- Course Consultations: Hybrid/online course design and development
- Blackboard Support: Assistance with Blackboard learning management course tools
- Technology Consultations: Department advising about technology purchases
- Training Sessions: Custom training about technology and/or teaching best practices
- Drop In Hours: Academic Computing provides drop in hours three days a week
- Lunch and Learns: Training sessions offered throughout two academic semesters
- Webinars: Online asynchronous professional development offered on a regular basis