Classroom Support (Information Technology) | Kent State University

Classroom Support (Information Technology)

  1. Summary

    Teaching, research and public service are greatly enhanced through the use of computing systems and software, access to the World Wide Web, and other technology resources. Authorized users of campus computing and network resources shall be faculty, staff, students and other affiliated individuals or organizations authorized by the vice president for information services.

  2. Early Alert Referral System

    1. Summary

      Faculty and staff may be in positions where they are able to identify students who are in crisis or who are recovering from a physical or mental trauma. Information from the Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services may provide members of the University community with guidance in recognizing and helping a student in distress, as well as provide referrals and support.

  3. Blackboard Learn

    1. Summary

      The University has adopted a classroom management system known as Blackboard Learn (Learn). Learn facilitates teaching and learning by integrating all aspects of classroom activities. All courses can be completely or partially managed through this platform. Access to Learn as well as information and tutorials about Learn are available.

  4. Library Programs

    1. Summary

      University Libraries support the overall mission of the University by assisting faculty, staff, students, and the community with resource identification and acquisition. Thus, University Libraries help facilitate scholarly and leisurely research, teaching and service activities.