Located in Room 141 in the Learning Resource Center (LI-141), the Online Learning/Instructional Technology (OLIT) Center is dedicated to supporting instructors in their pursuit of excellence and innovation in teaching, student learning, and the effective use of technology. Our goal is to provide faculty with tools and resources to empower them to respond to the constantly changing landscape of instructional technology.
Formerly known as the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC), this facility was made possible with financing from the general fund, private donors, as well as state and federal grants. The state-of-the-art center became fully functional in 2002 and was recently upgraded to incorporate new and emerging technologies.
In the OLIT Center, faculty will find:
Access to tools (document camera, web cam, white board, iPad station, etc.) so they can test and experiment in a safe, supported environment.
Training on tools and technology to facilitate learning in distance education and traditional classrooms.
Professional development on specific topics facilitated by fellow faculty based on actual classroom experience.
LI-141 also serves as a meeting to facilitate discussion of technology, pedagogy, and curriculum content issues.
For questions or suggestions contact:
Distance Education / Information Technology Support Technician
Director of Distance Education and Instructional Technology
Director of Technology