The Faculty Resource Center was retired Dec. 21, 2017 and Instructional Technology staff relocated to a new Instructional Technology Hub in Holy Cross Hall 101. 

Q: Where will the Instructional Technology staff and student workers be located?
A: The instructional designers and student workers are located in Holy Cross Hall 101.
Q: How will the new Instructional Technology Hub be different than the FRC?
A: This will be a space for faculty to collaborate and explore new technologies. 
Q: When the FRC closes, where can I print course materials and color copies?
A: Faculty can check with their schools about using their departmental copiers, though there may be limits on the number of copies made. For large print jobs and color copies, the copy center is available. 
Q: Where can I use a computer?
A: If you are an adjunct faculty member, please consider using your assigned adjunct faculty office. The lab on the first floor of the library is also available. There will be limited space in the Instructional Technology Hub, with only four workstations planned. 
Q: Where can I get additional questions answered?
A: Please submit a support case through or visit Holy Cross Hall 101 to schedule an appointment with one of our instructional designers. 

About Instructional Technology

Instructional Technology provides consultation and training centered on digital publication, multimedia creation, video conferencing, presentation capture, polling, digital scholarship, social pedagogies, critical reading and social annotation.

Location Holy Cross Hall, Room 101
Hours of Operation Monday—Friday, 8 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Contact Phone: 512-464-8804

Available Faculty Support

Consultations and Training

Instructional Technology offers a variety of group training and individual consultations. Our offices are in Holy Cross Hall 101.

Canvas Assistance 

  • Self-Paced Online Tutorials for Canvas: We have created online resources (in Canvas) for learning how to set up your course, manage assignments and more. 
  • Individual Consultations for Canvas: Instructional Technology staff can help you set up your courses in Canvas. One-on-one appointments can be scheduled for specific questions or for overall instructional design assistance with your course.