The Yale Instructional Technology Group (ITG) helps instructors in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences select and use technology to achieve their teaching goals. To anticipate and meet the expectations of Yale’s students and faculty, ITG also researches and develops emerging technologies for educational use. We're happy to be a part of Yale's new Center for Teaching and Learning. Until the new CTL website is fully operational, read more about our services on the ITS website.
Contact Instructional Technology
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|55 Whitney Ave.
4th Floor, Room 470
New Haven, CT 06511
New Haven, CT 06520
Pilar Abuin joined the Instructional Technology Group as manager in January 2014. She was previously at NYU, where she took on many responsibilities, most recently in the Teaching and Learning Services unit. Pilar is a graduate of Columbia University, with an MA in Instructional Technology and Media from Columbia University Teachers College. Her interests include photography and travel.
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Trip co-coordinates the Digital Humanities Working Group of the Whitney Humanities Center, and chairs the Collaborative Learning Center. He was lead organizer of Yale's first two internal unconferences on IT and has been seen leading a hands-on media lab for an undergraduate humanities course. His interests include plurilingualism and pluriculturalism in Digital Humanities, research into historical irreproducibilities such as unrecorded sound or other sensory phenomena, as well as issues in introducing Digital Humanities pedagogy in a highly traditional research institution.
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Pam Patterson is a Senior Academic Technologist in the Instructional Technology Group. She's been providing technology support for teaching and learning here at Yale for over 12 years.
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Matthew Regan is a Sr. Academic Technologist in the Instructional Technology Group (ITG) where he’s worked for more than five years specializing in mobile technology, touch and digital ink, and real-time class polling. He also helps to support the Academic Commons WordPress blog, Sakai LMS (Classes*v2), and A/V technologies.
Robin worked for ITG from 2008–2014. Among other things, Robin built a strong relationship with the Department of English through their use of WordPress blogging tools. Robin also helped out tremendously with the Collaborative Learning Center and the Teaching with Technology Tuesdays series.