The D'Amore-McKim communications team helps create, sustain, and foster a strategic, uniform digital presence for the business school. If you are a faculty or staff member, help us tell our school's powerful story.
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Classroom & Faculty Support
Computer Operations & IT Management Support
Our IT professionals, managed by Steve DeRosier, manage all aspects of the technology used by faculty and staff for instructional, research and administrative purposes. We provide support for shared mailboxes, departmental network shares and business tools; along with support for D'Amore-McKim in the university's on-campus data center. We'll post your informational notice on the Dodge Hall digital display, too.
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classroom and Special Event Support
We can assist you with all your classroom and special event technology needs. We provide daily technology support for 21 classrooms in Hayden and Dodge Halls, as well as support for all DMSB-sponsored special events held on campus. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your classroom or special event needs. Contact Michael McCarthy or James Bell with questions.
Classroom Support Help Line: 617-373-6180
Hours: Mon–Thurs, 7am to 7:30pm; Fri & Sat, 7am to 5pm
D’Amore-McKim IT professionals also manage the purchasing and installation of all computers and network/local printers in the college. We also provide technical support for all of the college’s hardware. Contact Anthony Grimaldi with questions.
Desktop Support Help Line: 617.373.5891
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
D'Amore-McKim Instructional Design Group
We offer a range of resources and support for the development of digital components related to coursework, teaching and technology. The design team offers individual meetings to address questions and concerns, group training sessions and customized special projects, among other requests. To learn more about how digital teaching tools can enhance instruction, visit our website or check out helpful tips on Twitter: @DMSB_IDG.
The HUB of Analytics Education
The HUB meets a need in Higher Education: free materials that assist faculty when teaching Big Data techniques in their classrooms. These materials were developed by faculty from the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. To learn more about how to use HUB materials to enhance instruction, visit our website.
Other Services & Support
If you need help with a digital project that doesn't quite fit into one of the listings above, do not hesitate to ask us for help at email@example.com.
Need help promoting an event or program? From internal newsletters to social media channels, we can help you spread the word. Email details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find D'Amore-McKim logos, the school's official PowerPoint template, mailing lists, and more on the Dean's Office SharePoint site. NUNET login required.
Looking for photos? Check the NU MarComm digital repository, as well as this digital downloads page. NUNET login required.
Additional University Support
Personal Websites for Faculty
Although we do not design and build personal websites for faculty, we will point you in the right direction. One of the cheapest and easiest routes: request a WordPress account with two customizable Northeastern themes installed from Northeastern's ITS.
Student Group Websites
For help with student group sites, please visit the Center for Student Involvement. You can contact their office at 617-373-2642 or email@example.com.
With any digital project, it's vital to protect the integrity of the university's brand. Northeastern's Office of Marketing and Communications has created a Branding Guidelines website full of resources and important branding policies to help maintain editorial consistency and visual coherence across our digital domain. There you'll find: editorial resources, including an assortment of focused messaging statements; logos, letterheads, and other print-related support; website guidelines, fonts, digital advertising support, and social media tips; video-related imagery, photos, and consent forms; and a host of additional support, from vendor lists to training.