Burk Hall
Named after San Francisco State's founding president, Frederic Lister Burk, this building is the home of SFSU’s renowned Graduate College of Education and the Instructional Technologies Program.

Instructional Technologies Program
Burk Hall Room 163
1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco, CA 94132
Dept. Chair: Dr. Brian Beatty
Office Coordinator: Anna Kozubek
Phone: 415.338.1509
e-mail: annak@sfsu.edu

Instructional technologies utilize a range of multimedia hardware and software equipment.  The Program has access to several computer classrooms and media laboratories to provide technology support to our students:

Burk Hall Labs 170, 214, 218 & 219

BH 170 Design Studio. Students can work on instructional design projects and final projects in the Design Studio, while receiving peer tutoring in the various software applications needed to build out projects. Students may receive credit for tutoring in the lab. Please contact the Program Chair if you are interested in tutoring.

Cahill Lab Burk Hall 319

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