Academic technology projects produced by ETS support a wide range of teaching, learning, and research activities. We plan for, implement, and sustain academic technology services and initiatives in close collaboration with Tufts’ academic deans, faculty, and students across Tufts schools, academic programs, IT colleagues, and fellow academic resource organizations. Additionally, our technical services team designs, develops, and integrates academic technology applications to enable teaching, learning, and scholarly collaboration.

Some of our current projects, programs and pilots are listed below.

Project Description Status
Course Evaluations Implementing a new, enterprise-wide course evaluation system. Preparing for a limited Fall 2016 pilot.
Kaltura MediaSpace Exploring the use of the Kaltura Video Platform to store and stream media files university-wide. Testing features of the MediaSpace tool and investigating potential integrations of Kaltura with Trunk and TUSK.
Online Learning Initiative Piloting and evaluating centralized support and shared technologies for blended and distance educational programming at Tufts. Implementing a digital marketing campaign for online programs at the Friedman School; partnering with an outside vendor for market analysis related to new programs; and completing design and content production for selected summer online courses.
Tufts Digital Repository Working with Digital Collections and Archives to provide secure managed storage of digital assets created by members of the Tufts Community. Planning a major upgrade to Fedora, the technology that manages data storage in the repository.