Access the services, equipment, and training for a quality multimedia classroom.

Academic and Research Programming Services

Academic Research Programming Services provides support for research and education projects. Programmers develop software applications and websites to enhance teaching and learning on campus. The service also offers recharge programming to the UC Davis Health System.

Academic Course Evaluations

Academic Course Evaluation (ACE) makes course evaluations easier for the students as well as reduces the effort needed get accurate course evaluation data. Ace also significantly reduces the amount of time before evaluation information is available to faculty and staff.

Adobe Presenter

Adobe Presenter can be used to create presentations from within PowerPoint, such as short videos that explain difficult scientific theories and concepts. The videos can then be made available to students via the web, and students can view them online without having to own a copy of PowerPoint. This software also allows delivery of materials without infringing on copyrights.


Programming support for ARTstor, in conjunction with the University Library.

ARTStor is a library of digital images, associated information, and software tools designed to enhance teaching, learning and scholarship. It contains a searchable database of hundreds of thousands of digital images.

AV Equipment Installation and Support

The AV Equipment Installation and Support team consults with faculty to configure instructional media equipment. They can also propose systems and designs for classrooms, lecture halls, conference rooms, and other campus facilities. Qualified technical staff can install and upgrade state-of-the-art media systems.

Classroom Hotline

Provides fast technical support for faculty having difficulty with any media equipment or service in general assignment classrooms.

The hotline dispatches a team member to the classroom within minutes, getting the lecture back on track with minimal disruption.


Classroom Laser Pointers

Faculty can use these wireless, remote-control pointers for their classroom presentations.

Classroom Media Training

Provides instructors with knowledge and experience to supervise hands-on learning in a technology setting.

Training is scheduled, or can be arranged by request. They can be group or individual sessions

Classroom Recording

Classroom recording allows faculty to easily record their lectures for later review by students on the web or in media labs. Instructors may also use these lectures to develop online materials.

Clickers (personal response systems)

Clickers, or personal response systems, resemble handheld remote-control devices. They collect electronic answers from students, and the results help instructors assess individual student responses during large lectures. During class, students use wireless clicker remotes to answer questions from the instructor. The digital feedback is then transmitted to a receiver on the instructor's laptop, where response data is immediately compiled for the instructor's review. The model used on campus is the i>clicker.