The College of Human Ecology offers classrooms with computer and document camera projection, sound capabilities and interactive video teleconferencing. The CHE Computing Services Group is able to connect you to technology resources, help, and support for classroom related technology equipment. Additionally, we provide training to faculty and staff on the use of classroom technology. If you would like to set up a one-on-one or group training session to learn to use a certain technology, please contact Lucas Landaeta.

MVR G71, G73, 114, 280, and Savage 100 have i>clicker capabilities. To make other rooms to be i>clicker compatible, you may loan a receiver through CIT by contacting Pat Graham at 607-255-9154.
Please visit the CIT web site for additional information about i>clicker polling.

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Students, staff, and faculty that are planning on using classrooms or conference rooms with communication technologies such as PowerPoint, image projection, video/audio playback, and video teleconferencing, there are consulting and orientation services available.

For more information please visit CIT’s web site or contact Lucas Landaeta.

Faculty members are encouraged to become familiar with the technology in College of Human Ecology classrooms and conference rooms. Learn about a new classroom, refresh skills on a familiar one, or learn new ways that technology can work in class. For individual training, contact Lucas Landaeta.

For other course communication and collaboration support, like Blackboardcourse web sites or survey tools, please visit the CIT web site.

CSG provides the resources to enable VideoNote recordings, PowerPoint Narration, and Adobe Connect enabled web conferencing to facilitate distance education.

VideoNote features powerful collaboration tools to get your viewers actively involved.  It includes video indexing to allow viewers to target parts of the video that are the most relevant to them.

For more information on VideoNote, please visit their website.

PowerPoint capturing with narration is an effective way for instructors to capture their presentation through both audio and visual. This can be accomplished through the use of microphones in specific classrooms. If you would like to capture a lecture in this fashion, please contact Lucas Landaeta.