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Academic Technology (AT) supports Academic Affairs units, colleges, departments, instructors and students wherever teaching, learning and research happens, and serves as the central information technology (IT) unit for Academic Affairs at SF State.
We are available for limited on campus support Monday through Friday from 10am-2pm, June 1 - August 26, 2021.
Review our service status page for more information, or contact us for assistance:
- Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday through Friday
- Phone: (415) 405-5555
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: LIB 80 (by appointment)
- Chat: Inside iLearn course Help Block
View AT's repository of support articles and instructional guides to learn how to work with our technologies like iLearn, Course Stream and more.
Discover Our Services
Academic Technology administers a variety of services, hardware, and software to help make the teaching and learning experience more meaningful and efficient.
Learn where to get help, make a request, or view instructional guides. Our service team is always prepared to provide assistance, whether through phone, email, or in person.
Learn more about our core service areas and scope of support, and see how we are working to improve the teaching and learning experience at SF State.
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The campus has launched an Instructional Continuity website for instructors and students to learn about teaching and learning using remote modalities.
Visit the Instructional Continuity site to find out more.
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