On February 22, 2016, ETS drop-in support services for bCourses, Clickers, Academic Integrity, and Instructor Equipment Checkout, and Classroom Technology Support (CTS) will move to new locations in Dwinelle Hall.
The move of these drop-in services are part of a larger-cross campus initiative known as the Academic Innovation Studio (AIS). This new space will provide faculty, GSIs, and academic support staff with integrated support for teaching and research in one convenient location.
Beginning on February 22, in-person support for following ETS services can be found in the new Academic Innovation Studio: Dwinelle 117 (D Level)
Instructors are also encouraged to use our online Support Request Form.
February 22, 2016 also marks the opening of the new Academic Innovation Studio (AIS). Beginning this month, faculty, GSIs and academic support staff are encouraged to visit the AIS for consultation with teaching and research support resources from across the campus including Educational Technology Services (ETS), Center for Teaching & Learning, Research IT, the Library, and more. The AIS also includes drop-in spaces for visitors to collaborate on new ideas and get inspired from each other’s work. Throughout the spring and the summer availability of consultations, services, workshops and events will continue to expand. The AIS will have an official Grand Opening during the Fall 2016 semester.