Information Systems works in conjunction with the Instructional Technology Group, the Research, Instruction and Technology Services, and departmental technology staff to support technology services for faculty in the Undergraduate College, the Divinity School, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. This includes:
- Distributing ThinkPads to faculty in these schools, in conjunction with Dean's Office allocations.
- Providing support for standard Wake Forest software and hardware.
- Supporting classroom multimedia.
- Researching new technologies.
In all that we do, we strive to provide faculty with the best educational technology and support possible. Visit the links below for more information about technology services for Wake Forest faculty.
Find resources and helpful information regarding the Wake Forest University ThinkPad program. Visit the Technology Guide to learn all you need to know about using the ThinkPad.
All faculty are given Wake Forest e-mail addresses. IS provides support for e-mail accounts and other e-mail services such as listservs.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Library Research, Instruction and Technology Services Group, the Professional Development Center and the Information Systems Learning Team offer classes throughout the year for faculty.
Sakai is a Web-based Course Management System that allows instructors an easy access point for various online course elements. Instructors and students can access materials at any time from any computer with an Internet connection.
Instructional Technology Group
Instructional Technologists provide specialized support for discipline-specific technology.
Classroom multimedia, video conferencing, audio conferencing, cable TV and satellite services information.
Long distance dialing, billing information, personal security codes, and more.
University Computing Policies
Information technology policies that govern computing.
Global Service Level Agreement
The Global SLA is an agreement that Information Systems extends to all customers for all of the servcies we offer. View the IS Global Service Level Agreement here.
Recycling of Technology Equipment
University-owned technology equipment must be disposed of properly. (learn more)