$100K grant will fund pilot program to strengthen librarians’ competencies in digital scholarship.
Faculty are turning to increasingly available imaging, 3D visualization, and immersive technology to imagine virtual spaces.
Highlights from the past year show how information technology supports the growing needs of the University community.
IT staff continue to modernize classrooms on River Campus to support a variety of teaching and learning styles.
Deemed a “hub for the arts, sciences, and engineering”, the building provides resources for students to immerse themselves in digital technology.
The report presents a University-wide overview of information technology-related activities during the past year.