Instructional Technology Department
The Digital Humanities (DH) initiative supports students, faculty, and staff in applying computational methods to humanities research questions. Through the use of digital tools and methods, DH allows for collaboration between students and researchers to acquire new technological skills, build websites for sharing scholarship in expanded ways online, and both critique and engage with digital approaches such as text and image analysis, digital editions, mapping, digital exhibits, data wrangling, and more.
As an Instructional Designer, I help translate the technical side of educational technology and learning management systems into practical language and usage in the classroom. I also assist in helping faculty with pedagogical considerations and best practices for design, learning, and engagement. More simply: I help others in rethinking and redesigning learning experiences.
You can also visit Moodle Support Requests for links to forms for specific requests (like course restores).
Please be prepared with the course number, including name and section, and the assignment details if relevant.
Instructional Technology is responsible for the design, installation and support of all classrooms across campus. We have 65 mediated classroom spaces housed within many different buildings and houses. We are dispatched via help desk tickets or our on emergency classroom hotline via (973) 408-3001 or simply 3001 on any campus classroom or office phone.
Instructional Technology is responsible for setup and break down of all event spaces on campus. The team is responsible for setting up projection systems, audio systems and virtual meeting tools. We have dedicated spaces in the Ehinger Center, Mead Hall, Great Hall and any other space on campus that can be converted to a meeting space.