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ECU’s technology acquisition process ensures that procurement of all IT equipment, software, Internet of Things devices and services (including cloud services) follows a process of request, guidance, review, then approval.

The purpose of the Technology Threshold Assessment (TTA) is to aid ITCS in evaluating the information/data in the system and make the appropriate determination about how to treat the information/data, as required by University, State, and Federal regulations.

Required when purchasing hardware and/or software to ensure compliance with sensitive information guidelines and policies.

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If you cannot find the service you need within these categories, click the "Submit a Ticket" button to submit a technology support ticket to the Pirate Techs Technology Support Center.

Departmental IT or staff can request administrator privileges to Learning Technologies for which they have access.

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Multimedia Technology Services provides technical support for Telemedicine on the Health Sciences campus, including HIPAA-compliant equipment selection, network requirements, ECU equipment installation and technical training for on-site IT personnel.

Assistive technology software that reads electronic text such as from e-books, websites and documents created in word-processing programs.

The Austin 103 Pirate Techs Technology Support Center (main campus) offers large-format printing for conference and academic research posters to faculty, staff and students.

ECU is committed to providing accessible technology and educational resources. Request an IT Accessibility Consultation to learn how to develop accessible content, including: instructional materials, Microsoft Office files, web pages, and announcements.

Research and Multimedia Services can record your educational event using video capture technology, then provide a link to be distributed to your audience. Events include lectures, conferences, presentations and events. Normal working hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday with events ending at 5:00 p.m.

Microsoft Imagine Academy is a free technology skills training benefit through Microsoft. Available to staff, students and faculty, online courses fall into several learning paths including computer science, IT infrastructure/cloud, data science and productivity. IT certification courses are also available.