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Technology Resources at WFU
There are a number of on-campus resources that provide technology related guidance and assistance to faculty members.
ITG Instructional Toolbox provides a way "for faculty to quickly learn about new technologies and how they can promote meaningful learning."
Instructional Technologists (ITG)The ITG website <http://groups.wfu.edu/itg/staff/index.html> and the ITG Wiki <http://itg.wfu.edu/> are two sites that provide information for faculty and staff members related to their WFU issued ThinkPads and general computing. Each academic department at the University has an Instructional Technologist available to assist faculty members with their technology questions and concerns. Instructional Technologists provide consultations and/or training on technology and discipline-specific matters for individuals, small groups, classes, departments and larger campus constituents as needed. The Instructional Technologist is typically the first person a faculty member should contact with questions or concerns of a technological nature. A list of Instructional Technologists is available here <http://groups.wfu.edu/itg/staff/index.html>.
Information Systems provides a number of technology support services for faculty, staff, and students. The Information Systems Service Desk and TechTalk provides a plethora of information on computing at WFU for faculty, students, and staff.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Library offers tools for instruction and collaborative work. These tools can be used for instruction, committee work, student groups, and any other interactive need you have. To learn more about instructional technologies offered by the library, please see the library’s Blended Learning page.
Library staff members can teach you and your class how to use a variety from technologies, from those hosted by the library to those available on the open Internet. To find or suggest classes, please see our Faculty Training classes.
The library also offers instruction and one-on-one meetings on incorporating technology into your teaching. If you are interested in learning more about trends in instructional technology or what educational research indicates about the use of technology in education, please contact Lauren Pressley.
Technology in Teaching
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