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UNH IT Academic Technology along with various departments has purchased several software packages for use by the entire campus. These applications are being used by faculty and students to enhance existing courses through the use of computer technology.

Learning Space Technologies can deliver select audiovisual equipment anywhere on the Durham, Plymouth or Keene campuses for your class or event.

Learning Space Technologies provides audiovisual production for events of all sizes and scopes.

Our professional staff will work with you to plan and design an effective audiovisual system for your facility.

The Learning Space Technologies group currently manages 225+ Technology Enhanced Classrooms.

The Exam Scanning service includes new functionality and is accomplished entirely in house; everything from the printing of materials to the actual scanning occurs at UNH.

UNH Academic Technology Audiovisual Services Department maintains classroom-sized computer-per-seat facilities in Hewitt Hall, Kingsbury Hall, and the Memorial Union Building for demonstrations or hands-on computer training for both academic classes and non-academic events.

Instructional design services are available to all faculty to enhance the quality of their teaching and support the effective use of instructional technology in their courses.

Lecture capture is an umbrella term describing any technology that lets instructors digitally record their lectures (using audio and/or video, screen capture, or PowerPoint slides) and make those recordings available to students.

The Web & Mobile Development group creates application software for handheld devices.

myPages is a free website building tool available to students, faculty, and staff at the University of New Hampshire.

The printers in the Clusters, Libraries, and elsewhere on campus are available for anyone who would like to use them.

Kaltura can be used to stream audio/video to your students, and have them upload their own streaming audio and video.

Student Response Systems provide real-time polling capabilities in the classroom via dedicated "clicker" hardware, the use of mobile devices, or a web application.

The UNH Student Computing Labs/Clusters provide Macintosh, Windows, and Linux computer systems free for use by all UNH faculty, staff, and students.