CIT will duplicate non-copyright protected 35mm slides for use in electronic presentations. We require a minimum of 48 hours per one hundred (100) slides to be duplicated. Digital images will be made available over the Geneseo network via a secure folder upon completion. It is the user's responsibility to retrieve these images. Instructions on how to do so will be provided upon request. Images will be available in JPEG format unless requested in another acceptable format. If you are interested in this service, please contact Joe Dolce at (585) 245-5577 or email@example.com.
CIT "broadcasts" SUNY Geneseo's Commencement ceremonies on the Internet. We also feed the ceremonies live over campus cable. Archived copies of the ceremonies are available for sign-out on DVD at the Milne Library.
We collaborate with the Library to have our equipment loaned out at their Service Desk in the main lobby.
Video Conferencing: Video conference rooms and assistance are available on campus.
If you are interested in tape playback on campus cable, please contact a member of the Instructional Technologies staff by calling 245-5577. Please give at least 24 hours notice for the requested playback. Below are the policies for this service.
Instructional Technologies will assist in on-campus educational events, and facilitating the media needs of guest speakers on campus as needed. Such events require no less than one full business day's notice. Events that may require special scheduling of staff or limited equipment require more notice. If you would like more information or would like to speak with someone about technology needs for a special event, please call the HelpDesk (x5588) and ask for Joe Dolce, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIT offers both individual and group training on numerous topics. We are happy to provide tailored training to both departments and classes. Please contact the CIT HelpDesk at 245-5588 and they will direct you to the appropriate person based on your training needs.
Our optical scanning and exam grading process is a quick and efficient means of obtaining test results and statistics. Faculty
administer the exam, fill out an answer key, have students fill out an answer sheet, and the rest is done by the optical scanner and a grading program. Results and statistics are emailed to the faculty member. To learn more about this service, call 245-5577.
College offices, faculty, and recognized student organizations can utilize the campus web content management system, Drupal, to develop and maintain their web pages. The CIT web development team supports the Drupal CMS and provides general consulting assistance to campus web masters. Contact the web development team at 245-5577 or email@example.com for assistance. Reference: Drupal User Guide