Education Technology Center
Contact The Education Technology Center for your educational multimedia
needs. The Multimedia Developer and Technology Specialist are available
to provide technical services for on-line and other computer-based learning
applications; to assist with audio/visual materials needed for instruction,
student support services, and administrative projects; to assist with research
and development of courses in alternate formats; and to provide related
professional development opportunities to faculty and staff. The Education
Technology Center is located in the Science and Technology Building room
243 and promotes technology in learning.
ETC Faculty Development Support
The Education Technology staff provide the following technical assistance
- Course Development Opportunities and Examples
- Equipment Checkout Requests - Laptops, cameras, digital video recorders, tripods, microphones (lapel, head, desktop), speakers, projectors
- Software available in the Center: Camtasia, Microsoft Office 2010, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Expression Web, SoftChalk, Crazy Talk and Audacity.
- Smart classroom equipment training
- Brain Storming - assist with ideas and applications
- CD/DVD Duplication - create and duplicate CD/DVD's for online/classroom use
- Video editing - edit and render video used for online/classroom use
- Podcasts and Vodcasts - record, edit and archive audio/video for online/classroom use
- Video/audio production - direct, film, produce, render and record audio/video for online/classroom use
- Web pages - create web pages for CD/DVD, podcasts, instructor use, and multimedia projects
Listed below are some of the tools used in development of online/classroom multimedia:
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Microsoft Expression Web
- Microsoft Office
- Windows Movie Maker
ETC's most recommended and FREE! online resources:
- Screencast-O-Matic - One-click screen capture recording on Windows or Mac computers with no install for Free!
- Poll Everywhere - replaces expensive proprietary audience response hardware with standard web technology. It's the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere. Use any type of cell phone old or new.
- VUVOX - Create dynamic visual presentations using hot spots, video, audio, photos and much more.
- Dropbox - Free online data storage.
- Google Docs - Share and collaborate.
- Voice Thread - Upload images and presentations to share and get feedback in the form of text or audio. Use any type of cell phone old or new.
- Prezi - A cloud-based (SaaS) presentation software and storytelling tool for exploring and sharing ideas on a virtual canvas.
- Animoto - Animoto turns your photos and video clips into professional video slideshows in minutes. Fast, free and shockingly simple.
-Study online and on your phone for effective, productive learning.
Instructors/students can create flashcards, and stores lecture notes.
- instantly turns your words into a 3D animated movie.
- Learn something new, useful and fun about your Mac, iPhone and iPad
For more free WEB 2.0 Tools follow this link to the Web Guru. A long listing of engaging and collaborative free Web 2.0 tools for just about anything you want to do in your online or face to face class.
|Stop by the ETC, email us, or give
us a call. We are ready to serve you!
|Denise Smith (email@example.com)||Manager/Video Developer||803-327-8030|
|Rickey Wages (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Technology Specialist||803-981-7330|
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