- Sign Up Now – Winter Academy
Teaching in 3D, Digital Humanities and other topics are featured during Winter Academy, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 9 – Thursday, Dec. 12. Faculty and staff are invited to sign up at http://go.wlu.edu/WinterAcademy
Blake, Biofuel, and Bribery: Interdisciplinary Applications of Digital Humanities — presented by Valerie Barr, program director in the [...]
- 3D Technology Yields New Insights in Geology Course
Faculty members are creatively using 3D and other advanced tools in the IQ Center, which opened in fall 2013 and features advanced technologies for enhancing teaching and learning. Here is a faculty and student perspective on how 3D tools helped enhance understanding of challenging concepts in Geology 211, Earth Materials [...]
- The IQ Center: a new space for collaborative teaching
The IQ center, located on the second floor of the Telford Science Library, features the latest technology and instruments to foster collaborative learning for both faculty and students. The center offers three classroom spaces: Stereo 3D Lab, Physical Mechanical Lab, and Computer Visualization Lab. These spaces can be reserved through [...]
- Open House at IQ Center
Check out state-of-the-art, 3-D and other teaching technologies at an open house from 2-3 p.m. today (Friday, Oct. 4) at the new IQ Center, located beside the Great Hall in the Science Center. The Integrative and Quantitative Center features a 3-D imaging lab, electron scanning microscopes and other technologies for [...]
Academic Technologies provides consultation and support to the university community to successfully integrate technology into teaching, learning, research and outreach.
What We Do
Assist faculty in their use of technology to achieve pedagogical goals, foster student engagement and improve student performance.
Assist in designing, outfitting and maintaining classroom, meeting, and presentation spaces with the technology and infrastructure to maximize the learning experience.
Conduct workshops and training sessions for the university community to educate them about existing and new technologies that could positively impact learning outcomes.
Make available software that supports, enhances, and facilitates the educational mission of the university.
Make available technology equipment for use in the classroom on campus, afield or abroad.
Assist and instruct students, faculty and staff in the use of technology resources.
Who We Are
Julie Knudson, Director of Academic Technologies and Client Services
Brandon Bucy, Senior Academic Technologist
Dave Pfaff, IQ Center Coordinator
Flash Floyd, Assistant Director of Classroom Technologies
Todd Goetz, Senior Classroom Technology Specialist
Alicia Shires, Classroom Technology Specialist
Judi Rhodes, Information Desk Supervisor
John White, Help Desk and Shared Services Manager
The University has classrooms in a variety of sizes and configurations. Approximately 80% of these include built-in presentation equipment.
Students and faculty members can use this resource for course-related materials
An interactive whiteboard