Several types of training are available through IT. Please review each section below
to find the type of training desired.
Scheduled face-to-face technology workshops are available for faculty and staff. To register, view the monthly Technology Training calendar. Contact email@example.com to request a customized workshop.
Classroom Technology Training (including IVS Classrooms)
Classroom trainings are face-to-trainings for individuals or small groups. The objective of these trainings is to introduce the user to classroom technologies such as touch panels, document cameras, DVD players, classroom computers, laptop hook-up, interactive whiteboards(SMART Boards), projectors, and video conferencing. To schedule a training, please contact the Audio Video Technical Support Center at 270-745-3809, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video tutorials have been combined with quizzes to provide online training to enhance your knowledge of Blackboard, Adobe software and more. Access online training inside Blackboard from the IT Training tab, or the Online Training tab within the Technology Training site.
Over 300 short video tutorials covering a wide variety of technology topics are available. These tutorials can be accessed anytime, anywhere with internet access.
Enterprise Applications and Programming has a new manager of the Web Development Group.
Technical Support Services (TSS) is excited to announce a new program that allows departments to procure a gently used desktop computer for a reasonable cost.
|All Systems are OK|
|8/27||9:30am||Blackboard New Instructor Workshop|
|9/1||2:00pm||Blackboard New Instructor Workshop|
|9/9||9:30am||Changes in Managing Blackboard Assignments|
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