Media and educational technologies migrating to IT Services

The move of media and educational technologies from the Centre for Teaching and Learning to Information Technology Services will help the University to streamline the delivery of support for the academic mission across all programs and units, provost Douglas Kneale said Monday in announcing the re-organization.

“As our instructors, researchers, scholars, performers, and students incorporate more and more technology into their teaching, research, and learning, we are constantly seeking new and effective ways to support them,” Dr. Kneale wrote in an e-mail message to the campus. “This reorganization is also intended to enable CTL to concentrate fully on the teaching and learning mission of the University.”

The change will take effect March 14.