Technology-Enhanced Classrooms

Summary (what you get)

IT Services provides training for the use of the computing and audiovisual technology found in many of our technology-enhanced classrooms.

Services Included

IT Services staff meets faculty, students, and staff in technology-enhanced classrooms to provide in-depth, hands-on training in the use of the equipment including use of the control panel, projector, computer, DVD player and VCR as well as connecting and using laptops with the system. Training concludes with instructions on how to shut the system down properly so that it is ready for the next user.

When Customer Receives It

By appointment with IT Services staff.

Related Information

IT Services encourages users of the equipment in technology-enhanced classrooms to receive this training to ensure proper use and to leave the system ready for following users. Technology-enhanced classroom guides are provided at each teaching console to offer step-by-step instructions on using classroom equipment. If needed, a key will also be provided to access equipment within the teaching console.

Where/how to request this service

If you are integrating technology in your course and need support, please contact the Digital Learning Team to set up a time to meet and discuss your needs further.


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