The goal of the Academic Technology Services department is to implement educational technology into the learning model. We achieve this by offereing hands on training and consulting over the phone and in person for a vaiety of campus technologies. Our department also provides classroom audio visual support, including lecture capture. We assess and create instructional materials and we help introduce new technologies for classroom applications.
"I believe that at BYU-Idaho, we must learn to use new technologies and develop methods, materials, programs, and concepts that not only can be applied to our students on and off our campus, but also can be effectively and efficiently applied by others across the Church and, indeed, across the world." -Kim B. Clark
Student Technology Center (STC)
The Student Technology Center (STC) exists to help students with technological questions and to assist students with various technology-oriented assignments. To accomplish this task, the STC works with faculty members to better understand the technological needs for the various assignments. The STC student staff will then learn these technologies to become a resource for the faculty in helping the students with their technology assignments. The STC can assist students with I-Learn, photos, video and audio editing, design projects, word processing, presentation, spreadsheets, and other academic computer programs and hardware.
Faculty Technology Center (FTC)
Education Technology Lab
The Education Technology Lab is a lab for education majors to take their Technology Competency Assessment (TCA).