The Technology Centers
In keeping with the charge to encourage an open relationship
between teachers and the instructional technology resources
available to them, Emory University offers resource centers,
instructional technology support, and desktop and hardware support
through the Center for Library and Information Resources (CLAIR)
and Woodruff Library's joint Technology Centers.
The Technology Centers are composed of the Beck Center, the
Electronic Data Center and Emory’s Center for Interactive
The Beck Center promotes faculty use of
scholarly electronic collections with an emphasis on the humanities.
It makes available full-text databases, electronic journals,
and multimedia titles that comprise a wide range of electronic
collections available for research and instruction. For more
information click on the center name or contact the Beck Center
Electronic Data Center (EDC)
The EDC focuses on numerical data files
and supports quantitative research primarily in the social sciences.
EDC provides access to a broad data collection, the latest in
statistical and mapping software, and staff to provide consulting
support. For more information click on the center name or contact
EDC at 7-6129.
Center for Interactive Teaching (ECIT)
ECIT provides Emory University with expertise,
training, and media production in applied instructional technologies.
ECIT serves as a common space where information resources, instructional
technologies, faculty teaching, and research initiatives, as
well as student training and creation of digital media projects,
happen. As an instructional technology center for the entire
university community, ECIT provides a range of services, equipment,
instructional expertise, and development programs. Programs
are tailored to meet the unique needs of each of the particular
schools and organizations that comprise Emory. ECIT’s
resources include two multimedia presentation classrooms, available
for faculty teaching technology-enhanced classes and utilized
Technology Division's Educational
Analysts to teach courses in instructional technology. For more
information click on the center name or contact ECIT at 7-6886.
for Technology Initiatives
The Center for Technology Initiatives
builds the General Libraries' digital
collections through a series of partnerships with faculty and
other members of
the Emory Community. Comprised of the Beck Center, the Electronic
Center, and the digital portion of Special Collections, the
new group acts as
a focal point for applying a range of information technologies
used to build
Emory's Digital Library.
Information Technology Division Educational
ITD Educational Analysts coordinate ITD
instructional technology services and provide instructional
design insights to fit the teaching and research needs of faculty.
For assistance email firstname.lastname@example.org
For a full list of ITD faculty services, click
Library Reserves Desk
The Reserve Team at Woodruff Library serves
faculty and graduate students teaching at Emory College and
the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences by making available
to students supplemental course reading either electronically
or “on reserve” in the Woodruff Library . This web
site provides many on-line resources and answers to frequently
asked questions about reserves. Click on the name to be redirected
to the reserve desk.
Library Instruction Services
The Instruction Team provides services
designed to help students, faculty, and staff locate, evaluate,
and use information effectively. Workshops open to the Emory
community are offered throughout the academic year on searching
the library catalog, using research databases, government documents,
web search engines, EndNote, and other library resources. Librarians
are also available to provide instruction on library and information
resources tailored to a specific course or assignment or to
provide individual sessions for specialized
needs. Click on the name to be redirected to Instruction Services.