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The Academic Computer Services Office supports, promotes, and enhances the use of computer and information technologies in instruction and research at all of Temple University’s campuses.  Major functions include:

  • Instructional Support

The Instructional Support and Training group provides technical support, services, and resources to Temple University faculty in the application of appropriate technology to meet their instructional needs. The Instructional Support Centers (ISCs) offer instructional design services, consultations, and training for faculty. The ISC manages the operations and support of the BlackBoard course management and delivery system, streaming media and web servers, and digital imaging systems. The Instructional Support Services unit meets the media and technology needs of instructors teaching in classrooms through the delivery of multimedia equipment and through the maintenance and management of Smart Classrooms.

  • Lab Operations/Campus and College Support

The Computer Lab Management group maintains over 50 computer labs across Temple University’s campuses. The goal is to provide students with access to computer applications, research databases, and the Internet. Labs include 100-workstation general-purpose labs, classroom labs, and small labs for specialized academic disciplines.

  • Computer Training

The Computer Seminars and Workshops unit, also known as the Training group, provides hands-on, instructor-led training on the use of computer technology to Temple University students, faculty and staff of all skill levels at the Main, Ambler, and HSC campuses. Training topics vary and include the use of desktop applications and multimedia devices. Topics, such as using a PDA, digital camera and web development are a few of the many popular seminars that are offered. The unit also develops all the instructional activities and materials used in training sessions. Other types of training provided by this unit include New Student Orientation, Parent Orientation, and specialized departmental training.

Office Locations:

Main Campus
Help Desk
The TECH Center, Room 106
12th St. & Montgomery Ave.

Ambler Campus
Learning Center Room 106

Health Sciences Center
Kresge Hall Room 305

Center City (TUCC)
1515 Market Street, 4th floor

Fort Washington Campus
Room 101



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