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Faculty Instructional Technology Support

FITS assists faculty members in enhancing their teaching and their students' learning through the latest technology with an emphasis on the pedagogical applications of technology rather than with explicit technical training.

Our Mission

Instructional and Learning Services collaborates with faculty, students, and staff, exploring ways that instructional and information technology can encourage and sustain learner-centered pedagogies that support the University's mission. We recognize the importance of dialogue and partnership in technology's integration in teaching and learning.  We support this philosophy through consulting and informing; facilitating and leading workshops and training; supporting and managing projects; researching and evaluating new technologies, their efficacy, and creative use; participating in the intellectual community; and cultivating professional development.

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Harry Brown's WT Literary Macroanalysis class rocks digital humanities tech and strategies! Woot!

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Matt & Dante discuss the challenges of language in Finnegan's Wake in the topic modeling of Joyce's novels. http://t.co/7g2Kj64hHX

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Leah, Andrew, & Harry discuss secrecy in Hawthorne's novels found through Voyant in the WT digital humanities course http://t.co/2Nu0wrRhTq

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Sam & Michael used topic modeling to discover links between education & empowerment for females & males in Alcott. http://t.co/OBYOOUFpvs

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Kaleb & Hannah explain their shift in strategy & lessons learned in their digital humanities work on George Elliot. http://t.co/athmfoZb4P

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Michael & Zack demo their digital humanities research on prevelance of Miss/Mrs./Mr. but not she/he in Austen novels http://t.co/00Gb03xLaU

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