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    CIT's Teaching and Learning Technology Classroom
    Sarah Cheverton   

    The Teaching and Learning Technology classroom (TLT), located in Carrier 37, is a computer integrated classroom, faculty development center and training room. It is managed by the Center for Instructional Technology and Media Resources and is available to any JMU faculty or staff.   

    TLT Classroom

    The TLT classroom provides user-friendly access to 10 independent computer workstations and stable multimedia projection. Because the workstations are mobile, the computers can be arranged as needed or moved out of the way for theater-style meetings or presentations. Each computer (including the instructor console) is equipped with a CD-ROM, CD Burner and floppy disk drive. Web cams and audio headsets are also available. Software includes Windows 2000, Microsoft Office 2000, Dreamweaver 4, Flash 5, Acrobat 5, Photoshop 6, Centra Symposium 4, Internet Explorer 6 and a variety of other multimedia applications. 

    If you are interested in scheduling the TLT classroom, please send an email to cit@jmu.edu or call x87061.

     

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    clarkeke@jmu.edu

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