The world of information technology at Trinity University is cutting-edge, well-supported and designed to facilitate living and learning at Trinity. With resources from Information Technology Services and the Academic Technology Commons, Trinity offers a technology-rich environment for students, faculty, and staff.
Information Technology Services is a campus-wide resource supporting both the academic and administrative needs of the University. They provide services related to the use, repair, acquisition, and connection of computer resources on campus.
The core mission of the Academic Technology is to provide faculty, students, and staff access to technology, media and training that enhance teaching, learning, and research; to design, create and maintain learning spaces that enhance instruction and pedagogy; and to distribute and maintain media and media equipment for instruction and campus events. It is located on the first floor of the Coates Library and offers students, faculty and staff the opportunity to explore the world of educational technology.
Academic Technology supports TLEARN, provides video conferencing within its state-of-the-art video conferencing facilities, and maintains the audio/video components of the University's many electronic classrooms.
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Trinity has been designated a New Media Center by the New Media Consortium and is one of only 125 schools so recognized.
Ranked among the top 25% of all colleges and universities in America as "Most Connected" by Forbes Magazine and the Princeton Review.
Ranked as one of the Top Ten "Most Unwired" schools in the country in a wireless network ranking conducted on behalf of Intel.