Where to find help, support, training, or consulting for educational technologies. If you don't know where to start, Ed Tech Consultants can guide you step by step.
On this page:
- Athena computing environment
- Audio visual classroom support
- Course materials on the web
- General information technology help
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Computer Hardware and Software Repair
- Libraries academic subject experts
- Libraries research support
- Social Science Data Services
- Teaching and Learning Laboratory
The IS&T Service Desk answers questions about the Athena computing environment and software running on Athena.
MIT Audio Visual services maintains and services all installed Presentation Technology Systems in classrooms maintained by the Schedules Office.
Copyright guidelines for MIT faculty putting course materials up on the web.
Help and support for your Canvas class site.
MIT has several "electronic classrooms" which have a computer at each seat. These rooms are scheduled through the central Schedules Office.
Submit a web request
Get general computing help including Mac, Windows, Stellar, and network connectivity at the IS&T Service Desk.
The MIT GIS lab provides assistance in finding and obtaining geographic information and data, and utilizing GIS tools to visualize and analyze the data geospatially, in a dynamic, digital environment. The GIS lab also provides access to GIS literature and works with instructors in incorporating geographic information into their teaching.
Librarians with expertise in a particular academic subject can help instructional staff assemble reference materials for teaching and provide research consultations to students.
Contact Libraries' staff via email, phone, or in person. Links to research guides and self-help resources.
Provides assistance with finding, understanding, and managing statistics or numeric or tabular data in the social sciences, management, and related areas.
TLL provides services to improve the quality of instruction at MIT. Services include consulting, workshops, and feedback via class videotaping