FITS staff provide support and consulting for a variety of technology projects.
FITS has provided support for many faculty technology projects focusing on teaching and learning over the years. Currently, FITS is working on the following instructional technology projects:
- Social Software: research and testing social/Web 2.0 software as it relates to teaching and learning along with outreach and recruiting
- eTextbook Pilot: research on eTextbooks in the Courseload, NOOK Study and other platforms, including student surveys, within courses
- FYS 2012 Planning: resource team participation for each First-Year Seminar in providing instructional technology support for faculty members and students
- Video Conferencing: research and testing web-based video conferencing options for both academic and administrative uses
- Audio Streaming: creation and cataloging streaming materials in a new streaming platform
- 175 Anniversary: GIS projects, including re-creating DePauw's campus in Google SketchUp/Google Earth
- Blogging: research and support in blogging for instructional and professional purposes, including using Google Apps Blogger for coursework
Contact FITS at firstname.lastname@example.org for project brainstorming, planning, and support.