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Technology Department Services
Instructional Systems provides traditional Audio/Visual support, technology based multimedia demonstration systems, and live multi-point videoconferencing service to the students, faculty and staff of LPC. Staff is available to train you on how to use the equipment in your classroom and to check out equipment, such as digital still cameras, for your instructional use.
We are very proud of the fact that 100% of the classrooms at LPC are equipped with modern multimedia instructional systems, which include computer, DVD/VHS, audio amplification, laptop accessiblity and large-screen projectable display resources.
Instructional Systems support is available Monday through Friday, from 8am through 5pm. Summer semester support hours may vary.
The Instructional Technology Department provides technical and pedagogical support to faculty and staff who want to implement technologies for instructional purposes. Staff train and support in the following: web-page building, multimedia hardware and software, presentation software, course management systems, and accessibility techniques.
Working mainly out of the Professional Development Center, the Instructional Technology staff invites meetings and appointments, in addition to conducting workshops. Workshops will focus on technical and pedagogical skills that allow faculty and staff to integrate technology into face-to-face classes and to design fully online courses.
Appoinments are available for learning how to use the PDC equipment for scanning documents and images, digitizing a video or audio clip, or burning a CD-ROM. You can also make an appointment for learning web design and instructional design skills, as well as learning how to make your web site accessible to students with disabilities.