Classroom Technology Services

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Classroom Technology Services

IT facilitates the planning, design, development, support and operation of centrally scheduled/Registrar controlled classrooms and provides assistance with many departmentally controlled spaces. Classroom builds include seminar rooms, studio/collaborative classrooms, computer classrooms, and large lecture halls across campus.  IT Academic Technologies supports 150 technology enabled classrooms for UNM students, faculty, and staff.  The team works with faculty to ensure that specific course technology requirements can be met, and works with the Office of the Provost and the Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis to ensure that equipment is on a predictable refresh schedule. 

General classroom design is governed by the Provost-sponsored Learning Environments Committee, which is chaired by the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning.  This committee publishes the Learning Environment Design Guidelines (LEDG) which is used to in the design of UNM's classrooms. 

In addition to providing the range of options described in the LEDG, IT Academic Technologies sponsors pilot projects where discipline or pedagogy specific approaches call for unique solutions.  Additional IT support may be available through a local departmental IT resource or IT Officer.