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Information Technology Services

Academic Technologies

AT Announcements

  • New Classroom Technology
    Dual-screen and wide-format projectors and screens are among the improvements in classroom technology completed by Information Technology Services this summer. Here are the highlights: Changed layout of Parmly 302 and added dual projection capability. Updated Leyburn M47 (Versatile Learning Classroom), Huntley 321 and 323 to include wide-screen format projectors and screens. Updated Leyburn [...]
  • Classroom iPad Program now accepting requests
    Academic Technologies has a fleet of 60 iPads available for undergraduate faculty to reserve for classroom use. Please visit http://www.wlu.edu/x58361.xml to view the program details and to fill out a request form. If you have questions regarding potential classroom uses for iPads, or the determination of appropriate methods, activities, or apps for [...]
  • Fall Academy – Sign Up
    Fall Academy Aug. 25-Sept. 5 features dozens of presentations, hands-on workshops and other sessions to enrich your life and provide new skills and insights for teaching and other work at the University.  Sign-up begins today (Aug. 1) at http://go.wlu.edu/fallacademy
  • Sakai Upgrade on July 25
    On Friday July 25, Sakai will be undergoing an upgrade to the newest version. This upgrade will enhance the user interface and general look and feel of the service, and in addition to several new features for core tools will improve general accessibility and stability. The downtime is scheduled for [...]
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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