Overview of instructional technology resources for faculty and instructors at IU
Many resources are available for faculty and instructors at Indiana University who wish to use computing technologies in their classes. Some of these resources are described below. To learn about other resources, consult with your campus teaching and learning center, or ask in your department about additional resources that may be available to your department or school.
Campus teaching and learning centersPedagogical and instructional technologies consulting is available for faculty and instructors on every Indiana University campus through partnerships across the university between the Learning Technologies division of UITS and relevant campus units.
For contact information, see Teaching and learning centers at each IU campus
Classroom Technology ServicesClassroom Technology Services (CTS) provides multimedia equipment and display devices, training, and support to those teaching in general purpose classrooms. CTS is responsible for the installation and operational integrity of the technology permanently installed in classrooms, and also makes available a limited range of mobile equipment.
For more, see Learning Environments and Technology Services
Media Design and ProductionMedia Design and Production is a university-wide production service with offices at both the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses, specializing in all forms of digital media, including web development and interactive media, audio and video production, graphics, animation, illustration, and media duplication, transfer, and conversion.
Streaming audio and video
IU currently supports streaming of Flash and Windows Media file formats. For more, see Streaming audio and video over the web at IU.
IU faculty and staff can reserve specially equipped rooms for videoconferencing at any of the IU campuses; desktop videoconferencing options are also available. See About videoconferencing at IU.