Teaching & Learning

Academic consultation services, classroom technology, teaching labs, survey tools, data visualization, photography, video and, GIS services

Services (22)

Academic & Personal Web Publishing

Web publishing for academic and club websites on web.colby.edu

Academic Consultation Services

Consult with Academic ITS to identify and receive support for technology in teaching and scholarship.

Academic Evaluations

EvaluationKIT is used for course and coach evaluations

Aerial Image Capture

Use drones to capture aerial images and other data

Audio & Visual Digitization

Convert older media formats to modern digital formats

Audio Recording

Record audio in the sound isolation booth.

Classroom Technology

Classroom related technology support

Data Visualization

Support related to hardware and software specifically for data visualization

Fabrication & Virtual Reality

Mule Works offers 3D printing, laser cutting, & virtual reality experiences.

File Sharing & Storage

Local & Cloud Multi-Protocol File Sharing

GIS and Spatial Analysis

Create, visualize and analyze spatial data using a geographic information system (GIS)

iPad and iPad Apps

iPad user support and training

Learning Management System

Colby uses Moodle as its Learning Management System

Media Equipment Loan

Specialized media production equipment is available for student projects.

Online Surveys and Forms

Create custom surveys and forms with easy-to-use tools.

Online Training

Lynda.com online learning platform

Online Video Platform

Kaltura is an all-in-one tool for recording, editing, and distributing videos.

Stock Video / Audio Footage

Download video and audio clips for projects.

Video Recording

Methods for video and lecture capture

Virtual Environments

A virtual environment is a networked application that allows a Colby user to interact with both the computing environment and the work of others.


Zoom is Colby's video conferencing tool.

Teaching Labs

Issues related to machines and desktop images and software for computers in teaching labs