Consulting and Support for IS&T Services

The Educational Technology team works with faculty and academic staff to enhance use of:


      Please let us know if you would like Instructional Support from an Educational Technologist on the Charles River Campus or on the Medical Campus. We will respond as quickly as possible. Meanwhile you can also…

      Where are we located?

      Our offices are located on the first floor of 111 Cummington Mall, near the BU East T stop and around the corner from City Convenience. The B27 training room and “Left” and “Right” Conference Rooms are located in the basement of that same building, down the stairs to the right as you enter.

      Collaboration with CEIT

      There is a close collaboration between IS&T’s Educational Technology team and the Center for Excellence & Innovation in Teaching (CEIT), which supports teaching and the professional development of faculty and graduate-student teachers.


      Training is provided year-round. Please check both the IS&T training calendar and the list of CEIT workshops for course offerings and registration information. Online training is also available.

      The Educational Technology Team

      Domenic Screnci, Ed.D., Executive Director for Educational Technology, Training and Outreach

      Domenic serves the University as an educational technologist, instructional systems designer and integrator, instructional designer, and a producer of curriculum materials for traditional and new media based educational projects. Domenic is currently the co-director of Boston University’s online Master of Science Health Communications Program. He teaches an instructional design course at the School of Public Health, and is also on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts/Boston in their master’s level Instructional Design Program, teaching a Visual Literacy and Information Design course.

      Amod Lele, Ph.D., Educational Technologist

      Amod helps faculty navigate a wide array of technologies for use in their classes and professional life. His specializations include e-Portfolio, WordPress, Google Apps and NVivo. He also runs the educational technology blog to share BU faculty innovations. He holds a PhD from Harvard in religious studies and has eight years of college and university teaching experience. In the spring semester of 2014 he is teaching a course on Indian philosophy in BU’s philosophy department. He has always loved working with information technology and is excited to combine the two fields. In his spare time, he writes a weekly updated blog (in WordPress) on cross-cultural philosophy: