Instructional Technology Services and Distance Education
The Instructional Technology Services and Distance Education team of the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) offers support for technology adoption and innovation to serve the needs of the university.Through workshops, learning communities, consultations with groups and individuals, the team works with faculty, staff, and students as they experiment and incorporate technology in their professional practices.
Instructional Technology Services and Distance Education workshops are interactive and engaging.Training topics are diverse and routinely added throughout the year. We encourage you to use these resources to expand your skill set, learn a new discipline, increase your marketability, or reinforce your existing knowledge.
Instructional Technology Services and Distance Education is comprised of two units:
Instructional Technology Services(ITS), whose focus is to facilitate the continuing adoption of technology into teaching and learning. ITS provides support for the Blackboard Learning Management System as well as other emerging classroom technologies. Blackboard workshops are offered throughout the year to faculty and staff. Registration is required to attend.
Technology Training, which provides year-round computer training on various software packages that include, but are not limited to, Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Access, Excel, and Power Point), Lotus Notes, desktop publishing, and customized computer applications. Training is available and free to faculty and staff. Registration is required to attend. If you have any questions or special training requests, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.