Within Missouri State's Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL) is the main point of contact for instructional technology services — the Classroom Instructional Technologies (CIT) department. In addition to its equipment lending and technical support services of instructional technology equipment, Classroom Technology Support Administrator Brian Leas is available to assist colleges and departments in assessing classroom instructional technology needs and recommending solutions that meet a particular program's teaching and learning objectives. He also facilitates classroom upgrades across campus, encompassing both infrastructure and technology needs, regardless of the funding source.
The classroom technology support administrator is also an executive member of the Instructional Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC), a subcommittee of the University's Information Technology Council, that has the responsibility to advise the IT Council on matters concerning instructional technology policies, procedures, funding, and other activities involving instructional technology, including recommendations for improvements. One of ITAC's charges is to review proposals submitted for funding from the Student Computer Usage Fee (SCUF) Instructional Technology budget, a $225,000 annual allocation. Recommendations for funding are presented to the IT Council for approval.