Information and Communications Technology (ICT) works to keep the IARE community connected, to support education and research goals to enhance the student learning experience. In addition to delivering projects and initiatives that enable achievement of Institute perspective plan.
ICT support the audio visual (AV) equipment in the main teaching spaces to enable Institute virtual learning environment and other systems that enhance course delivery. We also support and upgrade audio visual equipment across teaching spaces, which offers video lectures to students.
Studio rooms are equipped with devices and software for simultaneous capture of audio, video and software applications (e.g. Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Pro). It can be used by faculty and students to record and view lectures and presentations. These recordings can then be shared in a variety of ways during or after the presentation.
Faculty and students automatically have access to Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) through their campus management system login. You can use it to:
Turnitin is an online text-matching service which assists faculty in detecting possible plagiarism. The system enables faculty to compare students' work with a vast database of electronic sources including: