Academic Technology Services
What Does Academic Technology Services (ATS) Do?
ATS helps faculty to envision, plan, and implement university-wide technology solutions that can enhance and transform teaching, student learning and scholarship.
- Video Conferencing
- Audio Video Equipment Reservation
- iTunes U at Pacific
- Central Software Licensing
- Frequently Asked Questions
Who Makes Up The Technology in Education Committee (TEC)?
The Technology in Education Committee is composed of faculty from all academic units, including the library. This faculty committee has primary responsibility of providing recommendations to the Academic Council, the Information Strategy and Policy Committee (ISPC), Pacific Technology, and to other committees within the participating academic units. These recommendations pertain to the use of instructional technology and central services to support teaching, to promote student learning, and to advance scholarship and support research.
The TEC is currently soliciting proposals for the distribution of $130,000 towards the development of technologies that will have a high impact on teaching and learning. Please read our Request for Proposals for more information.