The Making It Happen Bootcamp has started and our campers are sharing great ideas in the MIH Blog. We are all learning a lot from this experience—captains and campers are discussing a wide range of topics in the field of finance and marketing as well as technology integration in the classroom. See below some pictures of our first meeting with the campers. We were all so excited to start activities and explore the tablets.
Do you need equipment to create educational content for your class? Are you presenting at a conference and need a laptop, projector, or other equipment? Contact us – we have equipment to help you! Equipment Available: Laptops Microsoft Surface Pros iPads Drawing Tablets Projectors Web Cameras Go-Pros (Wearable Camera) Point and Shoot Cameras Live Streaming Cameras Digital SLR Cameras 3D Professional Cameras Pro Video Cameras Studio Kits (Lighting, Backdrops, Stands, Tripods, etc.) Recording Studio and Editing Booth Audio Recording Equipment 3D/Virtual Reality Projector Large Format Plotter/Scanner/Printer* (in house use only) Slide Advancers Microphones and Headsets New! We now have a Studio Space in the library – setup to meet your needs for developing online content. Use our helpdesk form (Intranet login needed) to inquire about an equipment reservation, schedule a consultation, or request assistance.
Faculty and staff: Stop by the CTL in Building F (across from the Auditorium) after the Student Success academy to play, learn, and take a look at some of the equipment we have for reservation. See how we can help you in building student success. We’ll be demonstrating the 3D projector and we’ll have the Go Pros out, too (plus other technology!) … and we have your afternoon coffee, too!
CTL takes leadership roles in various projects, including the Teaching with Technology series and other instructional and learner supported projects. CTL also serves as the hub for ATCx3 , a consortia of Athens Technical College, Albany Technical College and Atlanta Technical College. Athens Technical College serves as the consortium leader for ATC Times Three (ATCx3), comprised of Albany Technical College, Athens Technical College, and Atlanta Technical College. A repository of grant related content was developed and maintained by the Portal Manager, who is housed in the Center for Teaching & Learning. Additional support for the TAACCCT Grant initiatives are shared by the CTL and other departments on campus. ATCx3 colleges works with engineering firms and companies like Caterpillar, as well as state and local Department of Labor offices in creating the curricula and programs to fulfill this grant. ATCx3 Consortia submitted a proposal for developing more pathways for students to earn college credentials in engineering technology. Read more about the TAACCCT grant in the links below. ATCx3 – TAACCCT Grant News Athens Technical College DOL Grant funds Engineering Technology Programs Engineering Information Forum /Athens Obama administration announces $500 million in community college grants to expand job training through local employer partnerships Open…