Taylor University's Vision of the role of technology for students and faculty can be summed up in the phrase "digital fluency". In today’s world one must be competent with computer technologies. Taylor University has been aggressively pursuing this goal by equipping every classroom with smart technology, promoting the wide use of the Blackboard course management system, systematically developing the graphics and video services of the Educational Technology Center, and offering to faculty many opportunities for technology training. Professors are steadily progressing in their use of technology for teaching using tools such as PowerPoint, the web, online discussions, blogs, wikis, podcasts, and sophisticated interactive systems such as Dyknow Vision. Every student has an electronic portfolio, and faculty are now required to use an e-portfolio to apply for promotion and tenure. Digital tools of all types are being woven into Taylor’s academic environment for the purpose of developing digital fluency, and improving teaching and learning.