Instructional Development The CITS Instructional Development team promotes and supports the use of instructional technologies across all teaching and learning environments.
IT Learning Spaces CITS supports learning with technology. These enhanced learning spaces make use of and promote various technologies
- technology-enabled classrooms
- computer classrooms and labs
- FASTRAC, the Faculty and Staff Training Center
myCourses myCourses is a course management system that allows faculty to prepare and deliver course content either through a blended (hybrid) or fully online course environment.
Faculty Instructional Laptop Program The Faculty Instructional Laptop Program (FILP) aims to provide laptop computers, in stages, to faculty who are ready to use them in their courses.
Mobile Computer Lending Program The Mobile Computing Lending Program (MCLP) enhances the campus community's access to computer and network resources through short-term loans of laptops and other equipment that can access the wireless network.
Plagiarism prevention services A web-based plagiarism prevention services evaluates the originality of students’ work by comparing their electronic documents to online sources and databases.
iClickers Instructors may opt to use a clicker as part of your course materials along with your textbook.