The Language Resource Center (LRC) provides online access to audio materials and other digital resources for language teaching and learning, as well as other technological support for language teaching and learning in conjunction with the Educational Technology Center and Academic Technology group.
Personal consultation sessions may be scheduled by instructors seeking assistance in employing instructional applications for teaching. This may include in-depth instructions on the use of individual tools or the development of course-specific strategies . Consultation sessions may be in addition to regularly offered workshops or in conjunction with a project.
Users can create and edit a simple website bringing together information to share, including docs, videos, photos, calendars and attachments. Sites can be shared with any number of users within the Brown community or with the entire world. It is offered as part of Google Apps@Brown.
This service is available for backing up and archiving research data and research computing systems on campus. This service is not available for the backup of administrative and instructional data.
Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) maintains a large computer cluster for research use. Researchers confronting problems which are too large to solve on a conventional laptop or workstation can obtain a free, exploratory account which allows limited use of the system. Priority use is available for a fee.
The Active Directory domain, AD.Brown.edu, is the centralized Windows Directory Service for authentication of user, computer, and group objects. Active Directory is used primarily for the centralized Windows environments.
Voice Mail allows callers to leave a voice mail message in the event that a phone line is busy or the recipient is not available to answer the incoming call. Voice mailbox owners can record custom greetings, forward voice mail to other users on the system, set an extended absence greeting, respond to messages by calling or voice mail messaging and set outcall notification.
The Information Security Group is available for consulting on all topics related to information security, privacy, P2P, compliance, social networks, wireless, laptop safety, and on-line protection. The group also consults on new and on-goind security projects, and is also available for speaking at department and organizational meetings.
IP based video conferencing from a designated room in the CIT. A technician may be requested to establish and monitor the conference if requested under the 'Special Requirements/Comments' section of the request form. Conferences outside of normal University business hours should also be noted under the 'Special Requirements/Comments' section.
Sign-Up Center creates an online sign-up for office hours, study groups, sections, etc. Administrators can set up the number and length of time slots and how many people can sign-up for them. Administrators can check to see who is signed-up and exactly what time they will be there.