The Office of Information Technology offers many different facilities to suit many different needs.
Students, faculty, or staff can create digital video, edit photos, practice advanced web design techniques or audio manipulation and editing in the Advanced Media Lab on the first floor of the Christopher Center. The Advanced Media Lab consists of 2 MacPro workstations, 2 high ram Dell GX270's, and 4 Dell Dimension desktops. Those working on media projects are given priority use of these workstations.
A variety of technology is available in classrooms across campus. If you are assigned to teach in a technology-enabled classroom, it is important that you receive instruction at least two weeks prior to the start of classes. To help with security, classroom technology carts are locked when not in use. For more information on the technology in each classroom or to arrange for training and a key to the instructional technology, contact Jodie Reminder in Instructional Design and Faculty Consulting.
If you are interested in enhancing a classroom by adding technology or upgrading existing equipment please contact Jen Gregory, Director of Instructional and Learning Services for a consultation.
Each residence hall on campus has a 24-hour computer lab with multiple workstations and networked printer available to students within those residence halls. A computer lab located in the student union is also available 24 hours a day for commuter and residential students. There are computer labs in the academic buildings as well that are available for general student use when the labs are not reserved for classes. The Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources provides over 100 computer workstations for student use.