Academic Technology Consultants

Last Updated: 07/17/2013

Overview

Academic Technology Consultants (ATCs) assist faculty with integrating technologies into their teaching, research, and creative works. Each consultant has a primary affiliation with a school or college.

Features

The ATCs typically support their faculty through:

  • one-on-one consulting
  • small group instruction
  • helping with the development and implementation of projects involving technology
  • researching technologies that may compliment faculty's teaching efforts in the future
  • acting as liaisons between the faculty and other units of OIT

Benefits

ATCs offer the benefit of being fully integrated into the Office of Information Technology (OIT) as well as being a member of the college community. As such they understand teaching, research, and creative works of the faculty they serve. They are able to customize their consultation and training to find creative uses of technologies to enhance the work of the faculty.

Who can get it

The services of ATCs are available to faculty in the following areas:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Education
  • College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Law School
  • Leeds School of Business
  • College of Music

ATCs offer consulting and research into pedagogies that strike a balance for teaching with technology. Contact your school or college’s ATC to inquire about training and consulting opportunities.