Instructional Technology

A full spectrum of technology and technological support are available on campus for communicating, teaching, and learning inside and outside the classroom. Most IU Bloomington classrooms are equipped with an array of technology, for which there is constant support. Communication and learning technologies are also readily accessible both on and off campus for students, faculty, and staff. Adaptive technology is available to assist individuals with disabilities to improve their teaching and learning experiences.



Other IU Programs and Resources

Adaptive Technology Center (ATC)
Serves individuals with disabilities and specializes in assistive technologies that help with reading, writing, studying, and information access. ATC provides services for students, faculty, and staff with the following disabilities: vision (blindness and low vision), mobility impairment, learning (dyslexia, ADHD, and others), and hearing loss.

Classroom Technology Services (CTS)
Provides multimedia equipment and display devices, training, and support to those teaching in general purpose classrooms. CTS is responsible for the installation and operational integrity of the technology permanently installed in classrooms, and also makes available a range of mobile equipment.

Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL)
Provides support for effective, quality teaching and learning through the appropriate use of instructional technology. CITL offers services to course instructors (faculty or associate instructors) who are working on using technology to enhance their teaching.

Teaching Resources Center (TRC)
Walk-in office where instructors can scan and edit images and produce overhead transparencies for classroom use free of charge.
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