[teknoids] Audio Visual Classroom Setup question
wtmonroe.ls at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 12:21:55 EDT 2010
Group training sessions for faculty have been difficult for us to schedule at times everyone can attend. Instead, we've set up some help pages for our classroom A/V. They seem to be appreciated but I don't have stats on how often they've been viewed.
Like you we had student help that we lost due to budget cuts. But we also have in-class phones that faculty can use if a problem arises. This system works well for us.
Head of Instructional Technology
Paul M. Hebert Law Center
will.monroe at law.lsu.edu
On 2010.07.22, at 10:38 AM, Gary P. Moore wrote:
> Greetings Fellow Teknoids;
> Due to budget cuts that has cut own our student aide hiring, starting this semester we are having faculty responsible for setting up their own technology. We are doing training sessions and providing documentation for each of our different classroom setups (we have five different classroom configurations). We will be providing support only if they have a problem with the technology in the room.
> Have any of you gone this route? And what advice can you give me on what to expect as far as pitfalls, or advice on training faculty.
> Greatly appreciated as always. Thanks in advance.
> Gary Moore PMP
> Assistant Dean for Information Systems
> Hofstra Law School
> e-mail - Gary.P.Moore at hofstra.edu
> Phone: (516) 463-6067
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