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AT Announcements

  • Classroom Upgrades Completed
    ITS replaced 24 classroom computers this summer and completed major technology upgrades in selected classrooms in Science Addition, Parmly Hall, Huntley Hall and Lewis Hall.
  • Fall Academy: Ready for Signups!
    Dozens of workshops, orientation sessions, panel discussions, guest speakers and more are featured in Fall Academy Aug. 24-Sept. 4.  Registration is limited for some sessions, so sign up now: The sessions are for new and returning faculty and staff. A few examples: Advanced Strategies for Humanities Grants IQ Center Tour Getting Your iDevice to Work for You Visual Literacy Technology at W&L: Breakfast with ITS 3D Printing Sessions are still being added and changed, so check back occasionally to see what’s new.
  • Law Academy planned for Aug. 4-6
    “Videoconferencing Options on Campus,” “Fundamentals of Sakai,” “Classroom Technology Orientation,” and “Introduction to Box” are among the sessions offered during Law Academy, scheduled for Aug 4-6 in Sydney Lewis Hall. To view all sessions and to register, visit  All staff and faculty are welcome to attend. Additional professional development sessions for faculty and staff are planned from Aug. 24-Sept. 4 during Fall Academy. Details are still subject to change, but an overall schedule is available at Signup for Fall Academy will begin around Aug. 1.
  • 2016 Digital Storytelling Workshop – New Dates
    A three-day digital storytelling workshop, originally scheduled for January 2016, has been rescheduled for Feb. 24-26, 2016. Academic Technologies will conduct the workshop jointly with the Center for Digital Storytelling ( The workshop will focus on using iPads to create a three- to five-minute digital story. Participants will craft and record first-person narratives, collect still images, video, and music with which to illustrate their pieces, and work through tutorials that enable them, with facilitator support, to edit their own stories. Experiencing the process first-hand will give participants an understanding of how and why to incorporate digital storytelling into the classroom. Faculty members interested in attending should access to fill out the application. As a bonus, breakfast and lunch are provided all three days of the workshop.
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Classroom Technology

The University has classrooms in a variety of sizes and configurations. Approximately 80% of these include built-in presentation equipment.

L Drive

Students and faculty members can use this resource for course-related materials

    Smart Board

    An interactive whiteboard