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March Issue: Learning@Richmond

March 5, 2012 Learning@Richmond, Teaching and Learning No Comments

February/March 2012 Issue

The Technology Learning Center (TLC) is a staffed technology learning space within the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at the University of Richmond. With the guidance of the CTLT Labs Manager Mark Nichols, and TLC manager Melissa Foster, the TLC serves the University community in a number of ways.

The Technology Learning Center provides a wide variety of facilities and services for UR students and faculty. A variety of software¬†applications are available in the TLC’s computer labs and private studios, and service staff provide assistance to lab users.

Plus the Spring CTLT Calendar, announcing the CTLT Faculty Academy, and what your CTLT liaison thinks the “next big thing” in academic technology will be.

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If you have any comments, questions, or ideas for future issues, please contact the Learning@Richmond editor, Dr. Matthew Trevett-Smith.

Links featured in this issue:

CTLT Liaison Blog
CTLT Spring 2012 Workshop Schedule
CTLT Training & Classes
Pizza & Pedagogy Schedule

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Academic Technology Consultants

Academic Technology Consultants are the bridge between teaching and technology. The liaison group collaborates primarily with University of Richmond faculty to effectively incorporate technology into the teaching and learning processes. We deal with diverse technologies, and are happy to work with any skill level.

Andrew Bell (Sciences)
Mike Dixon (Social Sciences; Asst. Director, CTLT)
Jon Messer (Business, Law, & Leadership)
Scott Pennington (Humanities)
Corrina Waxman (Arts)