The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology invites faculty members, staff members, and graduate students to submit a proposal for the Expanding Notions of Literacy: The 2018 University-Wide Teaching & Learning Symposium.
Information Technology (IT) professionals from around campus gathered in the State Farm Hall of Business on August 1 for the Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference. 2017 marked the fifth year for the annual event and drew the largest attendance to date.
Registration for Illinois State University’s Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference is now open. The 5th annual CIT conference will be held Tuesday, August 1 at the State Farm Hall of Business. Registration will be open through July 28. Any Illinois State faculty or staff member who is interested in information technology (IT) is encouraged to
Faculty, staff, students, advisors, and ISU IT departments have been collaborating toward a shared and renewed focus on improving your experience of our systems, starting with the My.IllinoisState.edu portal.
Illinois State’s IT community gathered March 14 for an event aimed at promoting better collaboration and communication across campus on technology issues.
Illinois State University’s IT community gathered August 2 to share news about their latest projects and pitch ways to break down barriers to broader collaboration across campus.
Registration for Illinois State University’s Continuous Improvement in Technology Conference on Tuesday, August 2, 2016, is now open.
At Illinois State University, recording grades for nearly 20,000 students is a lot easier than it used to be.
Illinois State University faculty and staff are encouraged to submit proposals to present at the 2016 Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference on Tuesday, August 2.
Illinois State’s IT community gathered March 8 for a new event aimed at promoting better collaboration and communication across campus on technology issues.