Instructional Design & Web Technologies Computer Lab
What is the Instructional Design & Web Technologies Lab?
The Lab in Lehman Library 016 provides faculty with facilities for multimedia production, image and slide scanning, CD-ROM copying, course Web site development, interactive tutorial development and test authoring for our campus learning system, D2L, and presentation development.
Who can use the Instructional Design & Web Technologies lab?
The lab is open to faculty for the development of multimedia educational materials in support of faculty projects, grants, or curriculum development. We strongly recommend that you make an appointment to reserve a machine and/or to schedule time with a consultant by emailing us at email@example.com in advance of your visit. Walk-in service is provided depending on consultant and machine availability.
What does Instructional Design & Web Technologies have to offer?
- Obtain assistance in using the scanner and other equipment in the CIT.
- Scan documents using OCR technology.
- Develop presentations for the Sympodium using Smart Notebook software.
- Record narration or a screen cast using PowerPoint (narration only), Camtasia or Captivate.
- Borrow and use equipment to create Podcasts.
What equipment is available in the Lab?
Currently, we have 6 PC computers and 1 MAC computer. If you need to scan documents we have 1 Epson (PC/MAC) scanner. We also have digital cameras available for your use. Along with our digital camera and scanning capabilities we also have a SMART Board and a Sympodium monitor.
We support the following software packages: