Technology-based training is available in a variety of forms, e.g., in-person or web-based and is offered through a number of different departments on campus.
Computers & Pedagogy (Faculty Resource Center)
The FRC offers both in-person, small group training, individual in-person training, and web-based, individual self-paced training in using computer technology and the WWW as a supplement to teaching in the traditional classroom or online, i.e, as in an online classroom. Choose one of the links below to search or peruse workshop offerings.
A list of our current workshops can be found on the college’s flex web site at:
You can sign up for these workshops on the flex site. If you have trouble registering, contact Joyce McPheter at email@example.com or X2216 for help.
Online teaching (Faculty Resource Center)
The FRC conducts semester long workshops in online course development. You can read about the process for developing an online class here...
Computer Applications Training (Staff Resource Center or Professional Development Center)
Computer applications’ training is provided to faculty and staff through a variety of areas [see options below]. The difference between applications’ training and the our training in the FRC is the focus. Applications’ training generally focuses on learning the mechanics of the software while the computers and pedagogy training focuses to a lesser degree on the mechanics and more on the pedagogical aspects of using the software
- Professional Development Center (watch for campus emails)
- Staff Resource Center–watch college-wide email for training announcements
- Continuing Ed. Schedule of Classes
Technology-Mediated Classrooms (Media Services Department)
A number of classrooms have faculty computer stations and data projectors installed so that faculty can make presentations, etc. The Media Services’ department maintains a list of classrooms where this equipment is stationed and provides training to faculty in how to use this equipment. Additionally, the Media Services department’s staff can provide instruction in using other forms of audio visual equipment such as slide projectors, audio cassette recorders, etc.