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Educational Technology Resource Center

College of Education

Hardware

The ETRC houses five Windows computers for student use as well as eighteen Apple computers in a lab that serves as a meeting and classroom area. We have a Black & White printer for printing, copying, and scanning for student use. There is also poster printer for graduate student and faculty projects. Laptops and projectors can be borrowed by faculty for student and faculty presentations (please check prior to the date required for availability).

We also have an overflow lab with 22 more Windows PCs in Warf-Pickel Room 207, for student use when there are no classes scheduled, such as Fridays. Please see the full class schedule listed outside the room for more details.

There are six scanners (with document feeders) that can be used in conjunction with Adobe programs to create .pdf or image files that can be emailed to professors or classmates.

Samsung and Canon digital video cameras are available for students and faculty to borrow for class projects.

The sound booth is used for faculty and student projects such as podcasts, storytelling examples, and reading projects. Due to the number of planned projects, please sign up for an appointment time.

ETRC Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 - 4:30
 

The ETRC lab is located in
Warf-Pickel Hall,
Room 209L
.

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