Faculty Instructional Technology Center
The Faculty Instructional Technology Center staff supports MTSU faculty in their course development and teaching needs including use of D2L/Daylight Learning Management system in addition to any other technologies. Below are links to the most common resources that staff have prepared for faculty and course developers. If you have additional questions or cannot find the information needed, please contact the FITC at 615-904-8189.
Learn of the center resources, staff, services, hours, etc.
Learn to make Microsoft Office files, PDFs, and web content accessible to all students.
A way for teachers to request various actions in D2L. Everything from having a development shell created to adding a GA to a class.
- Learn about audio, video, and image files available to faculty, staff, and students through MTSU's Walker Library.
- Learn about media file types that work well on most web devices in addition to accessibility guidelines for media files you post.
The D2L Tutorials page includes directions for accessing the course content repository and working with various D2L tools from a PC or from a mobile device such as an iPad.
Use these pages to guide you as you design your web-enhances, hybrid, or online courses.
FTP directions for transferring files to MTSU's capone, MTweb, and MTmedia webservers and file storage servers.
Information and instructions for MTSU's Master Classrooms
Various handouts about using Microsoft Office software.
Information about using games, simulations, and virtual worlds to teach.
Instructors may sign up for a variety of workshops offered by FITC, LT&ITC and ITD.
If you do not see what you need please call 615-904-8189 or scan this QR code.