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TWU Technology is currently reviewing 3D printing to consider how/if it could support 3D printing.

The Business Applications team support third-party application integration for several academic departments and business offices. Examples of software include CourseLeaf, Higher One, Terminal4, and TerraDotta.

TWU must maintain compliance with State and Federal ADA regulations.

To install certain software and hardware on a TWU PC, users must have administrative rights on that computer.

Technology develops its annual report to demonstrate its value to the University.

TWU Technology works with faculty on custom software solutions, particularly to innovate in areas such as assessment.

The Automated Call Distribution (ACD) system is an essential tool for campus call centers, providing a means to effectively manage large volumes of incoming phone calls.

Blackboard is a web-based application which allows instructors to put class materials on the Internet.

Canvas is a web-based application which allows instructors to put class materials on the Internet.

A TWU email address (username@twu.edu) may allow a discount on cellular phone service.

Classroom AV and media include clickers, Tegrity lecture capture, AMX touch panels, Apple TV, and microphones.

Upon request, a member of the classroom support team will meet with the user and train them on how to use the technology in the classroom or videoconference room.

TWU classrooms are designed to meet the varied needs of the faculty, students and departments across the University. Classroom technology hardware serves as a medium to accentuate, enhance, and facilitate pedagogy.

By allowing students access to computers in class, they can fully engage their professor during class time and learn to effectively use the programs required for class.