May 8, 2013
The Center for Instructional Training and Technology (CITT) Faculty Lab is available for hands-on assistance with a variety of needs. Visit the lab for help editing videos and photos for online or in-class use, converting VHS tapes to DVDs, and getting rid of piles of papers by scanning documents with the multi-document scanner.
Members of the CITT Faculty Lab staff are eager to help with teaching tools like PowerPoint, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Final Cut Pro, and Premiere. Faculty can meet with a staff member for one-on-one assistance with video and photo editing, presentation design, and help creating course handouts. TAs may also access lab services. (A letter from their supervising faculty member stating the nature of their project is required.) Katherine Betz, senior educational technician, said the lab staffers offer comprehensive hands-on technical assistance for complicated programs.
“We’re always available for questions,” Betz said. “We don’t like to throw them into the deep end.”
The CITT lab is located in 2215 Turlington Hall. The lab is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. all summer, and no appointments necessary. Betz said faculty members frequently become self-sufficient after a few rounds of assistance. However, the staff is always present during lab hours to offer support. For more information, visit the CITT Faculty Lab Web page or call (352) 273-4902.