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Classroom Technology

Classroom Technology
How to use and support the audio and video academic technology at IWU

The Institutional Media Technologies provides support for academic spaces. We are located in the lower level of the Jackson Library and are open during regular Library hours. Student workers cover the front desk providing media services support, phone support, and first tier level of technical response.

Full Time Staff

Marty Hutchins, Assistant Director of IMT 

Marty organizes and directs the full-time staff and student work-force, processes purchase and installation requests, and oversees the media technology support that the IMT department provides to the Residential and Non-Residential campuses.

Doug Drown, Performance & Event Technology Specialist

Doug oversees the management of media technology assets, media transfer and duplication services, and coordinates with other departments on the personnel and equipment resources needed for events that occur in classrooms, including sound reinforcement and video recording and streaming.

Doug also helps with research, recommendation, and delivery of various types of distributed media, including capturing, storing, editing, and delivering video, audio and images beyond the walls of a traditional classroom and into a digital realm...and maintains the One Button Studio, and training for interactive classroom and video conferencing technology.

Frank Jackson, Audio Video Consultant

Frank provides proactive customer support, throughout the design, installation, and training phases of Audio and Video project requests. Contact Frank with your media technology ideas.

Norm Barker, IT Xpress Coordinator

Norm manages IT Xpress, an on-campus computer repair center available to students for their computer needs. They work on minor issues with PC's and are a fully authorized Apple desktop and laptop repair center. There is no cost for this service unless parts are required. The service center is located on the lower level of Jackson Library.

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