Instructional Technology Consulting
Description: Consulting for technologies used to support teaching, learning, and research.
How to request: ITS Help Request system
Initiated: ITS Help Request
Availability: Consulting available during normal business hours (8:30am – 5pm Monday through Friday excluding holidays and campus shutdowns.)
Charges: There is no charge for in-house resources. New instructional hardware or software requirements may require an appropriate funding source.
- Consulting to ensure appropriate uses of technologies for teaching, learning, and research. This includes selection, design, documentation, testing and implementation of computer systems and software used in the academic program.
- Consults with faculty to optimize use of Wofford’s learning management systems, communication and collaboration technologies, and discipline specific academic software and technologies.
- Consults at least annually with each department chair to review and plan for the department’s technology needs.
- Consultations arranged at a mutually agreeable time and may involve multiple meetings.
- Assists faculty with instructional technology aspects of grant requests, and assists with proposals for using technology to advance teaching and learning.
- Assesses learning spaces, and works with the Multimedia Specialist and Network Services to ensure appropriate audio/visual capabilities and networking for classrooms and labs.
Owner: Martin Aigner
- Adequate power and network environment for classroom infrastructure
- Approved funding for new instructional technology initiatives
- Completed ITS Help Requests
- Instructional technology proposals and documentation
- Annual meetings with each Wofford department chair
- Positive adequacy rating for on-line enhancing teaching on annual IT service quality survey
- Positive adequacy rating for classroom technology on annual IT service quality survey
- Wofford Digital Capability Maturity index above the median for baccalaureate institutions responding to the annual EDUCAUSE CoreData survey