Back on campus?
Remote Teaching Website
When a new university public safety model implements in a pandemic one practical question stands out: how to swear in new officers and conduct mandatory training remotely?
Let’s zoom back to mid-March when we were asking: what does remote learning look like for students, for faculty, and how can we help users navigate the virtual classroom? The LInC building, Academic Technology’s campus home began to sit
Academic Technology’s mission is to enrich OSU’s academic ecosystem, enable innovative pedagogy and information sharing through effective use of technology, and enhance the student experience.
We attain our mission through:
Leadership in understanding and applying instructional and communication technology trends and innovations
Investing in products and services that align and integrate with the goals and needs of OSU students and faculty
Maximizing the University’s investments through user support, training and resource maintenance
We strive to build long-term relationships that improve services and gain efficiencies.
We provide one-to-one support and consultation in all our core functions.
We accept our responsibility as a central service and consider campus-wide needs and long-term benefits in all activities and investments.
We consider careful planning and broad input as key in designing applications and services, and we consider assessment and evaluation as components in ongoing support.
We take pride in our collaborative approach in fostering and growing innovative uses of technology to meet campus needs and solve problems.
We understand technologies as tools to advance and improve communication, learning and outreach. We remain focused on the human activities when advancing technology.
Classroom Technology Services
Provides instructional and presentation technology for classrooms, conference facilities, and special events.
Learning Platform Services
Learning Platform Services provides technical, operational and user support for Learn@OregonState, OSU’s dynamic learning ecosystem that allows the OSU community to manage a broad array of teaching and learning resources in one succinct space
Produces media and instructional products for media networks, web applications, DVD distribution and television. Staff also support videoconferencing, broadcasting and streaming infrastructure.
Provides audio/video engineering support and consultation, design and installation of innovative media solutions for learning and collaboration spaces and event facilities.