Our mission is to enrich OSU’s academic ecosystem, enable innovative pedagogy and information sharing through effective use of technology, and enhance the student experience.
We attain our mission through:
Providing technical, operational and user support for Learn@OregonState, OSU’s dynamic learning ecosystem that allows the OSU community to manage a broad array of teaching and learning resources in one succinct space.
Producing media and instructional products for media networks, web applications, and television. Staff also support videoconferencing, broadcasting and streaming infrastructure.
Providing audio/video engineering support and consultation, design and installation of innovative media solutions for learning and collaboration spaces and event facilities.
We strive to build long-term relationships that improve services and gain efficiencies.
We accept our responsibility as a central service and consider campus-wide needs and long-term benefits in all activities and investments.
We take pride in our collaborative approach in fostering and growing innovative uses of technology to meet campus needs and solve problems.
We provide one-to-one support and consultation in all our core functions.
We consider careful planning and broad input as key in designing applications and services, and we consider assessment and evaluation as components in ongoing support.
We understand technologies as tools to advance and improve communication, learning and outreach. We remain focused on the human activities when advancing technology.
The Learn@OregonState Advisory Committee is the Educational IT Governance subcommittee and advisory committee that guides the design, implementation and development of the Learn@OregonState ecosystem in alignment with OSU’s strategic goals as defined by the Instructional Technology Governance Committee (ITGC).
A consortium formed in 1995 with six member institutions, including Oregon State University, that use the lease income from EBS licensing for instruction media programs on their respective campuses.
The Commencement Planning Committee members serve in an advisory capacity to the Provost and Executive Vice President and are responsible for planning and implementing OSU’s university-wide Commencement ceremony (held in Corvallis) and advising on the coordination of unit Commencement ceremonies, including those held at OSU-Cascades and at the department, school, and college levels.
Membership in the advisory council that will comprise of a small group of thought leaders and technology decision makers from prominent higher education institutions across North America and is intended to provide a venue for the exchange of ideas and insights on the future of ProAV in facilitating instruction, learning, and collaboration.
Oregon State University's Learning Innovation Center is home to the Honors College (HC) and the Integrated Learning Resource Center (ILRC) which co-locates the Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technologies, including Learning Platform Services, Classroom Technology Services, Media Services, and Technical Services, creating a dynamic teaching and learning support center for OSU faculty and students.