ITS is delighted to offer a variety of events, trainings, and workshops throughout the year. These services are available at no charge to the Wesleyan community. Events that are open to students will indicate as much.

  • Compass Workshops

    The Compass Workshop series (formerly known as Academic Technology Roundtable) is the result of a collaboration between the CPI, ITS, and Library Services. The goal of these workshops is to bring faculty and staff together to learn about and discuss the kinds of innovative pedagogies and technological methods their colleagues at Wesleyan are using. Lunch will be served!


    Iris Bork-Goldfield, Adjunct Professor of German and Chair, German Studies and Jesse Simmons '21, "A Digital Genealogical Voyage"

    March 4, 2020
    12:15-1:15 PM
    ALLB 311

    A Digital Genealogical Voyage is the story of Albert Alexander who—like some German Jews—arrived on the shores of New York in the mid-nineteenth century only to return to the German Empire shortly after its founding in 1871. Albert was always on the move, from city to city, country to country, and even street to street in both Germany and New York. Therefore, maps are an important element in the telling of his story. This presentation shows how: (a) ArcGIS, a geographic information system, can help enhance telling a family story and; (b) how the collaboration between a student research assistant and professor developed and enhanced the project.



  • Office365 Cloud Storage

    Alex Vazquez, our training specialist, will be facilitating weekly sessions on how to create and share digital files using Office365 applications. We are currently developing a plan to continue to hold O365 trainings remotely. Please stay tuned for more information!



  • Cascade Trainings

    Cascade is our Web Content Management System, which is the system used to maintain departmental websites. In this session, we will discuss how to use Cascade to maintain your website. 

    This course is helpful for users new to Cascade or users looking for a review of the system.

    In this training, we will cover the following topics:

    • editing/saving/publishing an existing web page
      • understanding available formats for content
      • creating links
    • Uploading files (pdf’s) or images
    • Creating a new web page
    • Maintaining site navigation


    Session capacity: 2 - 20

    Facilitator: Pat Leone & Alyssa Marinaccio

    Target Audience: Cascade Users

    Session dates:

    • March 4, 2020, 9:00am - 10:30am, PAC 100