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THIS SITE CURRENTLY REQUIRES A LOGIN TO ACCESS ANY OF THE CONTENT. WE WILL REMOVE THE LOGIN REQUIREMENT AS SOON AS WE COMPLETE A CLEAN-UP OF THE WIKI.

IN THE MEANTIME, PLEASE CALL:

  • BLACKBOARD HELP DESK: 305-284-3949 (8=3949 on campus)
  • CLASSROOM HELP DESK: 305-284-3263 (8-3263 on campus)
  • INSTRUCTIONAL ADVANCEMENT CENTER: 305-284-2008 (8-2008 on campus)
  • BILL VILBERG, DIRECTOR: 305-284-3944 (8-3944 on campus), or 786-250-2255 (cell & desk)

This is the IACInfo site, online assistance for UM's faculty for all things related to Instructional Technology. See the Site Guidelines to learn how to participate in the growth of this site.


Training Opportunities

Here's where you can find training opportunities from a variety sources in a variety of formats.

Blackboard Course Management System

All things Blackboard, our course management system, will be found here for the beginner through advanced user.

Classroom Technology

Learn about the technology available in the general purpose classrooms in Memorial, the Learning Center, and the residential colleges.

iClicker Student Response System

Student response systems are used to poll students during class. When used effectively they can increase engagement by involving the students in the presentation, no matter the size of the class.

Other IAC Activities

The Center provides a number of lesser services, listed here.

General Information

Things that the IAC knows about, but are not part of our responsibilities. This section is here so that we can refer people to it when asked for information, or you can learn the information without having to ask us about it.

Internal IAC Procedures
These are processes used by the Instructional Advancement Center as part of our regular duties. They are here as documentation for IAC employees, but may also be useful to other people who want to accomplish some of the same tasks.


This site was created after hearing an Educause presentation about the http://hofstrateach.org/octopus/ project. I want to thank them for sharing their model so that other schools could benefit.


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