Instructional Technology Fellows (ITFs) are doctoral students in various disciplines whose role is to collaborate with faculty on the design and implementation of learning activities. As experienced teachers, researchers, and technologists, ITFs develop technological solutions to pedagogical problems and help students to perform in course activities by giving workshops and private coaching. They hold regular office hours, offer workshops on your campus, and participate in Macaulay Seminar activities. They are also available via email to answer questions, provide computer tech tips, and act as informal mentors for Macaulay Scholars interested in pursuing graduate study in their academic fields.
Your ITF can be a partner, a mentor, and a consultant–helping you to use technology to enhance your learning.