Instructional Technology Services
The Instructional Technology Service is a collaborative effort of Academic Affairs and Information Technology & Innovation. Information Technology & Innovation, Media Services, and the Library have partnered to create time, technology, and expert assistance.
Information Technology & Innovation, Media Services, and the Library are available to assist faculty with creating context and ensuring that technologies work. Help can be in the form of:
- arranging for scanning of images or documents,
- digitizing audio and video files,
- creating web pages,
- creating classroom presentation materials,
- developing online activities, quizzes, image databases or
- teaching a class online.
The following is a list of some of the workshops that are offered:
- Introduction to Blackboard Learn, along with other Tool Specific Topics
- Examples of How to Use technology in the Curriculum
- Digitizing Media Materials
- Introduction to Classroom Presentation Materials
- Introduction to Classroom Clickers, NetSupport School, etc.
- Microsoft Office 2010 – Overview, and Individual Applications
- Microsoft Outlook 2010 – Overview, and Specific topics
- How to Audio Record and Edit Lectures
- How to Create, Edit, and Incorporate Video into your Curriculum
- Overview of Personal Computer
- Pedagogical and Design Principles for Lectures/Presentations
- Customized Workshops
- Implementing Library Resources into Courseware
- Faculty Peer to Peer Workshops on Specific Software Applications (e.g. SPSS)
- Open Sessions for Demonstrations, Technical Questions, and Brainstorming
How to register
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (203) 837-8467 to schedule a time to work on your specific technology needs.