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MIT provides a broad range of learning opportunities for faculty, staff and students. For faculty and staff, MIT facilitates campus technology training workshops, including Technology for New Hires, Microsoft Office, IBM Notes, and Banner. For students, classes and consultations are available through the Student Technology Assistance Center (STAC).
For a personalized instructor-led class or consultation, please submit a Request ((Subject: Information Tech Training) and an MIT specialist will follow up with you.
The Instructional Technology and Design Services team offers instructional technology training for faculty and students. Courses are available in multiple formats, from informational seminars to hands-on multimedia workshops. Topics include using Moodle, developing online/blended courses, administering online surveys and assessments, integrating multimedia, and special interest topics. Click here to see the schedule. For students, classes and consultations are available through the Student Technology Assistance Center (STAC).
For a personalized class or consultation, please submit a Request (Subject: Instructional Tech Training) and an Instructional Technologist will follow up with you.
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MIT manages the purchase of IT-related items in collaboration with the purchasing department, which has the final responsibility and authority for vendor selection and all purchasing decisions.
Custom development support is available to build web applications and forms, modifications to existing applications and custom integration with other services per your specifications. This is a custom service tailored to specific needs. This service is initiated by submitting a Business Justification Request.