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Technology on Campus

Academic Information Technology

The Academic Information Technology (AIT) committee is a standing Subcommittee of the Academic Policy and Planning Committee. It is the consultative committee for all matters relating to academic information technology planning, resources, policies, procedures, and evaluation and relating the use of technologies in instruction, research, and faculty development. The committee's area of concern is policy recommendation, planning and operational monitoring of the academic development and utilization of Information Technology (IT) offered by the University, including advisory oversight of centralized University IT organizations such as Campus Information Services, Information Technology Service, and the Teaching Innovations for Learning and Technology.

Auxiliary Management Information Systems (MIS)

The Auxiliary Management Information Systems department provides complete computer and technical support to several of the Auxiliary Corporations. Support includes system management of various file servers and AS/400's, as well as the support and installation of software, hardware, mail management and communications in general.

Geospatial Information Center (GIC)

The Geospatial Information Center in the Henry Madden Library is a self-supporting organization at California State University, Fresno. GIC is dedicated to providing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) training, services, infrastructure and spatial analysis to campus entities as well as the community. GIC is committed to building a geo-spatial infrastructure and to increase the GIS capacity throughout the San Joaquin Valley.

Technology Services (TS)

The Information Technology Services Department provides core services to the Fresno State campus community. Examples of these services include the Help Desk, Desktop Support, College and Division Support, Project and Service Support and Coordination, support for central servers and data storage and for widely used applications like the campus email system, Network Services, Telecommunication, Classroom Services, administrative information systems and web support services. The department consists of a group of well trained individuals dedicated to providing effective technology and quality services and support that are integrated into the daily activities of the university community.

Teaching Innovations for Learning & Technology (TILT)

Technology Innovations in Learning, and Teaching (TILT), formerly Digital Campus, provides faculty with tools to help improve teaching and learning through technology. TILT provides faculty professional development, technology training, support and development of academic uses of technology.