The Library's e-learning team provides both technical support, instructional design, and multimedia development services. The team provides phone and drop in technical support to faculty on the university's learning management ecosystem - including Blackboard, Collaborate, and Kaltura. Additionally, they support faculty in the design and implementation of effective learning strategies, conduct needs assessments related to course/curriculum development, create engaging multimedia artifacts for courses, and assist faculty as they implement instructional technologies through workshops, events, and one- on-one support.
The AV team supports over 100 classroom and event spaces throughout the university. An instructional technology training lab (in B16 ACC) contains classroom mock-up configurations, experimental classroom configurations, and a collection of new technologies allowing faculty to try new devices or practice integrating new technology into the classroom.
Anderson Computing Complex holds five classrooms available by reservation for all academic departments with over 160 internet-ready Windows computers, color and b/w printing. Additionally, the team supports one 35 seat lab in Ward Circle. Labs are fully staffed and also open for general use when not scheduled.
The New Media Center consists of 22 high-level Mac Pro computers with multimedia development software, audiovisual equipment available for borrowing. The staff conduct student training sessions in commonly used multimedia production software and provide training sessions for faculty members. The staff also assist student and faculty with new media projects, and suggest new media methods in a multimedia application.