Shared mailboxes provide a means to receive email at a general (rather than personal) address. Mail is delievered to a centralized location where it can be accessed by up to ten people.
Brown media distribution channels include options for streaming and download.
Streaming (files appear on your web browser): Flash and Apple streaming to computers and mobile devices is provided by Wowza for up to 400 concurrent users. Streaming content is viewed via the web and cannot be downloaded.
Curricular and event support for faculty, staff and students, including technology and training for over 150 classrooms and lecture halls on campus. If you have reserved a room on campus and need to project your computer screen, use a microphone, etc., you will need to fill out the request form.
Google Groups provide a means to receive email at a general (rather than personal) address. Email sent to the address is redirected to one or more individuals at their personal addresses, and not held in a central mailbox. Google Groups can also be used to assign permissions within Google, such as the ability to view a Google Calendar, Document, or Site.
The Brown University Switchboard Operators answer Brown's main telephone number, (401) 863-1000 (or “0”) during normal business hours. The operators connect callers to the appropriate person or department, answer general questions and provide information on Campus events.
ADP prints employee paychecks and provides online access to pay stubs and W2 tax forms for Brown employees.
RData is a high performance data storage system which is accessible from any computer connected from Brown's campus network. It is backed up nightly on an incremental basis. All faculty or PI's receive 256GB free allocation. Additional storage may be purchased on an annual or longer term basis.
The Academic Multimedia Program (AMP) facilitates the integration of multimedia assignments into courses across disciplines and departments. AMP can provide training and technology, and support instructors with pedagogical consulting and development of teaching resources. Two courses are typically supported by AMP per semester.
The Educational Technology Center Teaching Lab provides supported space for experimentation in the use of classroom technologies.
The Media Production Group provides video and audio recording (production) and editing (post-production) services. Users can request this service if you need assistance start-to-finish or for just part of the process. MPG staff can shoot video and have equipment such as lighting, HD cameras, microphones, a small HD field monitor and a live-switcher.