The Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) initiative at CWRU enables instructors, as well as students, to access tools and resources available beyond the four walls of the traditional classroom. TECs provide the equipment and tools for a broader learning experience. From giving faculty lectures to student presentations, users are able to display multimedia and web-enabled information. The university currently supports 207 TECs on campus.
The Technology Enhanced Classroom initiative at Case Western Reserve University is more than simply installing audio-visual equipment into the classroom. It is part of Information Technology Service's Strategic Framework, in which instructors, as well as students, are given access to information resources that are available beyond the four walls of the traditional classroom.