Instructional IT Services is the division of University IT most associated with direct support of student and faculty teaching and learning. The three departments and varied services function separately but work collaboratively to facilitate technical assistance for meaningful and successful teaching and learning experiences at UNT. Download our brochure.
Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, director, IT support, 940-565-4808, General Academic Building, Room 205
Computer-based Testing Services
Manager: vacant, customer service manager – search in progress, Interim: Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, 940-565-4808, GAB, Room 205
The Sage Hall Computer-Based Testing Center is available for professors of courses needing computerized testing in support of distance, blended or face-to-face classes. Assessment and testing are cornerstones of academic success. UNT actively supports faculty in the assessment of student learning and the Sage Hall Computer-Based Testing Center plays a strong role in this. The center provides an opportunity for secure, high stakes computer-based testing of large groups of students. The CBTC also provides instructors of UNT’s high-enrollment courses with robust opportunities for assessment while also supporting smaller courses, certification testing, and training sessions.
JoAnn Luksich, senior administrative specialist, Exam and Research Data Services, 940-369-7416, GAB, Room 206
Exam and Research Data Services is responsible for automated exam form scoring and research data entry/scanning and compilation.
Ray Banks, cross-functional IT support manager, UIT Desktop Services, 940-369-6051, GAB, Room 204
The UIT Desktop Services team members support the goals of the university by facilitating a technical environment that enhances learning, research and testing through the use of technology. Team members provide technical management for the Discovery Park computer classrooms, Mobile Testing Services, and Sage Hall Computer-Based Testing Center in Room C330. The team also provides monitoring of server, application and network resources and provides management services and tools for Microsoft© desktops, laptops and servers and Apple© desktops, servers and mobile devices.
The mission of Instructional Information Technology Services is to deliver IT services and infrastructure in support of instruction and learning within a framework of communication, integrity and accountability.
The IITS Division team members serve students, faculty and staff
as one of the first points of contact for computing use on campus;
offer exam processing and grading and research data compilation services to faculty;
administer computer classroom facilities, computer-based testing facilities, resource management services, and strategic research and instructional software licensing and access; and
support a superior level of high-performance research computing infrastructure and data visualization technologies.
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