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Center for Instructional Technology

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Faculty and staff: Click the CIT SharePoint site on the menu to access CIT's full resources and services.

The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) supports the application and integration of technology across the curriculum and provides essential support services for the use of technology in teaching, learning, and research. To accomplish these strategic goals, the team works independently and in collaboration with other ITS teams, other University departments, and external organizations and companies.

CIT staff members are ITS employees dedicated to serving the academic community. CIT represents the academic community's interests within the ITS department, and CIT serves as a consultation service for academic projects. CIT is managed by the Director of Support Services, Steve Nelson, and includes Mike Palumbo, Anik Vasington, Mauricio Calpa, Christina Formiglio, and Kathryn Rasimas.

The CIT Resource Center is open during regular business hours, contact us by email at

Work space at CIT

How does CIT serve Eastern?

CIT Project Consultation
  • Research and implementation of emerging technologies
  • Instructional design
  • Purchasing quotes
  • Software distribution
  • Online courses
  • Technology documentation (Knowledge Base)
  • Web forms and surveys: Question Pro and Select Survey
  • Online Calendars
  • Instructional computer classroom support
  • Other benefits CIT offers to Eastern's faculty and staff:


CIT Resource Center

The CIT Resource Center is open to faculty and staff during normal business hours and offers them a place to meet with CIT, or work independently. A number of workstations are available and are equipped with the latest software and hardware for working with a variety of media including:

  • Scanners
  • Slide Scanner
  • Color Printers
  • Web and Graphics Software
  • Video/Sound Editing Software

If you have a project or a process and you think there is an easier way, technology probably makes it possible. We can show you how to best use the latest technology. You can explore new technology in CIT that you might later use in the classroom or work on projects with other faculty members. Using the Resource Center does not require an appointment, though you can arrange one if you want to work with a particular staff member.

Adjunct Faculty as well as full-time faculty should consider the Resource Center an extension of their own offices. If it's more convenient for you, come before and after your classes, use the machines, check email, or simply catch up on your work.

We make computers crystal clear! 

Eastern Connecticut State University
Center for Instructional Technology
LIB 420, 83 Windham Street  |  Willimantic, CT 06226