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Technology teams of Trine University are dedicated to provide the University community with comprehensive services and solutions which include provide and maintaining the University-wide computing infrastructure for academic and administrative use; classroom and lab initiatives and ensuring systems are available.


University Technology Strategic Goals

Advance the Use of Instructional Technologies to Enhance Teaching, Learning and Collaboration

Trine Technology teams will promote, implement and support education technologies and environments that enhance and transform teaching and learning.  Technology trends continue to impact learning spaces inclusive of physical classroom space to the virtual space where collaboration occurs constantly.  The emphasis on mobility and access to University resources anytime and anywhere will shape the learning environment of the future.  We will collaborate and coordinate with all areas of the University community to create an environment that supports faculty innovation in teaching, learning and collaboration.  We will continue to enable faculty, staff and students to best utilize technologies by providing quality instructional design, support and training services, reliable course and content delivery systems and instructional facilities and ubiquitous network access.

Enhance the Technological Experience on Campus for Faculty, Students and Staff

In keeping with the University's goal to provide quality facilities for faculty, staff, students and alumni, Trine University will continue to invest in and enhance technology constantly seeking to add to user convenience and mirror the effective use of technology in society.  Trine Technology teams will continue to engage in University defined initiatives that add value and are critical to providing an enriching academic experience.

Invest in a Reliable, Scalable and Adaptive University Technology Infrastructure

Continued rapid growth in computing demand brought on by new applications, data and technical computing coupled with increased costs to maintain services have created challenges in delivering core products and services.  The core products and services for the University include:  messaging, CRM/ERP functionality, Learning Management Systems, Lecture Capture, the web gateway and voice and data networks.  The size, scope and complexity of these core functions and services have increased in terms of applications, systems and network infrastructures.  Trine Technology teams will continue to utilize proper methodologies, (processes, standards, culture, and tools) for managing these assets to produce clear advantages in cost containment, judicious use of constrained resources, and return on technological investment.