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The mission of the ITL is to help the faculty of UIC make use of instructional technology and Web-based solutions to enhance teaching and learning for both traditional on-campus courses and distance education.

The ITL is designed for use by UIC faculty and computer support staff to develop or evaluate the integration of computer technology in the curriculum. The ITL also serves as a test bed for new technology applications in computing and education.

The ITL is designed to help both, novice and seasoned computer users: from creating your first home page, using PowerPoint, scanning a picture, or selecting the appropriate instructional system, to authoring sophisticated interactive hypermedia, incorporating digital video and audio in your class materials, creating interactive CD-ROMs and DVDs, or exploring Internet 2 videoconferencing solutions.

Services Provided:


  • Web (HTML) authoring software
  • Blackboard CourseInfo course management system
  • various presentation software
  • online assessments (quizzes and surveys)
  • Adobe Acrobat portable documents (PDFs)
  • graphics and photo editing programs
  • digital video, audio and streaming media
  • multimedia authoring software
  • videoconferencing systems
  • group conferencing and collaborative systems
  • Microsoft Office, Macromedia and Adobe software
  • both Windows and Macintosh

Getting Help On

  • Web design and development
  • HTML and Dynamic HTML
  • graphic design
  • putting class materials online
  • UofI Online course development
  • solutions for teaching and learning using the Web
  • JavaScript and other computer programming


  • Web pages for classes
  • online slide presentations
  • RealVideo, QuickTime and other digital video
  • interactive multimedia CD-ROMs and DVDs
  • Web pages with HTML and Flash
  • Making Flash animations for the Web


  • pictures and photographs
  • slides and negatives
  • printed text (optical character recognition)
  • transparencies


  • individual and group training on a number of topics
  • providing computer orientation to new faculty
  • previewing software and sample courseware
  • exploring existing and future courseware
  • borrowing digital cameras
  • purchasing personal computers and authoring systems