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October 2001

Assistance with Classroom and Instructional Technology
Faculty and graduate teaching assistants are encouraged to take advantage of a number of services that are available to you from ITSS. These services will help you make better use of the technology equipment available in our classrooms as well as the learning technology tools available via the web.

ITSS services for faculty are described on the ITSS Faculty/Staff web site. This includes information about classroom and research technology, student labs, technology training, course support, network and email, and service requests.

Please review our Classroom Technology web site for a view of classroom and research technology available on the campus. More specifically, we have information on technology available in the classrooms at our Classroom Resources page, including user guides for technology in each of the classrooms and a request form for individualized training on specific equipment or a particular classroom.

If you are setting up for a class and encounter a problem, we encourage you to call our AV checkout desk at 6222 for immediate assistance. We try to keep enough staff working in the area that we can send someone directly to your classroom when we get a request for help. There are house phones available in many of the hallways near classrooms, or you can send one of your students to make the call for you.

If you are teaching in a classroom that is not equipped with technology, we have an extensive collection of equipment available for check out listed on the Checkout Equipment site.

Finally, we have two full-time ITSS staff and one faculty member working for us part time who are available to assist you with a wide variety of learning technology tools that support your class instruction. They are:

Bruce Reeves, ITSS staff, breeves, 6831
Shelly McCauley, ITSS staff, smccaule, 6862
Lyle Shannon, Biology faculty, lshannon, 7276

Please feel free to call on any of these people if you would like individualized assistance with instructional technology.

 

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