Academic Technology Assessment & Planning

Academic technology assessment & planning
for higher education.

Academic technology can enhance learning both online and in the classroom. To ensure a seamless experience for both instructor and student, it is imperative that your institution’s academic technology investments are carefully planned, strategically implemented, and adequately supported.

Academic Technology Assessment

When you participate in CampusWorks’ Academic Technology Assessment, a team of seasoned technologists will conduct a thorough evaluation of your academic technology systems, including:

  • Instructional technology support infrastructure
  • Distance education infrastructure
  • Classroom technology planning and management
  • Academic technology governance and support processes

The resulting assessment report will outline our team's findings and recommendations and provide a roadmap for optimizing your institution’s operations to effectively teach with technology.

Academic Technology Planning

CampusWorks’ experienced instructional technologists are skilled at seeing the big picture and helping colleges and universities align their academic technology with the institution’s goals and objectives. Our team of experts can help you develop a multi-year academic technology master plan that encompasses:

  • Instructional technology to enable classroom and distance learning
  • Teaching and learning facilities, including classrooms and non-classroom spaces
  • Distance education infrastructure, including instructional design
  • Special considerations, such as academic portals, reporting systems, web services, mobile support, and more
  • Business processes that impact instructional and technology support
  • Implementation tasks and timetable

CampusWorks’ Academic Technology Assessment and Planning services will enable your institution to effectively budget, implement, and support academic technology, so you can provide a world-class learning experience for your students.

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