AV equipment is installed in ALL current classrooms on campus (plus many other rooms and labs).
STANDARD AV CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT:
Many rooms also have the ability to hook up a laptop into the AV system.
Call the CCIT Help Desk (447-4357) or Dan Case (447-4503) for instructions on how to operate the equipment.
CAMPUS WIDE - standard plus rooms:
In addition, mounted projectors and a teachers computer station are installed in the computer labs/classrooms in Simperman, Fortin Center and the Library.
CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB:
CUBE: (Carroll Commons)
In support of Teaching and Learning on campus "Clickers" (Personal Response Systems) are offered for checkout. We are a Turning Point Technologies systems campus.
Carroll College has been using the Moodle Learning Management System since 2007 to provide an online presence for many of the courses at Carroll. The system allows Carroll instructors to provide a "hybrid" class with both classroom and online components. Currently, about 80% of all classes at Carroll have a Moodle presence. Carroll also hosts the annual Mountain Moodle Moot (Moodle Conference) here on campus in early July every year.
If you have any questions about Moodle please contact Ryan Hazen (email@example.com or 447-5454)
The music department has a Macintosh computer lab, with MIDI keyboards, specifically for music education. The lab is available only for music department class work.
Besides a full computer lab/classroom, the Corette Library has individual computers that provide access to the online library catalog, a variety of databases and the Microsoft Office suite of software. With these systems, the library provides a quiet atmosphere for research and editing as well as immediate access to library support.
The Center for Innovation in Technology (CITE), exists inside the Corette Library, and includes a "sandbox" classroom, designed to allow instructors and students to try out innovative classroom technologies.The walls of the classroom have been painted with Idea Paint, allowing projection to any wall allowing groups of students to collaborate, using technology, throughout the classroom. The room is designed to encourage small group work and collaboration. Dan Case, Associate Director for Learning Technologies and Ryan Hazen, Instructional Technologist, have nearby offices and are available to help Students and Faculty with learning technologies including use of Moodle and the Sandbox as well as audio and visual technology.
The CITE is expanding this year with the addition of a new high technology presentation space currently being built in the Corette Library. Expected opening of this room is in October, 2013.
Additional multimedia projectors are available for academic use on campus. These may be checked out by calling the CCIT Help Line (447-4357).
For questions about Learning Technology and AV in the Classroom. Please call Dan Case (447-4503), Ryan Hazen (447-5454) or Craig Blaker (447-4455.)