Educational Technology Services (ETS)
Educational Technology Services (ETS) is an instructional support unit of the University and is located on the First Floor of Roy B. Stevens Hall on the university campus. ETS is composed of the Learning Resources Center, Media Services, Academic Technology, and Distance Education.
Distance learning/Technology conferenceThursday, April 4, 2013
8:30 a.m. until 1:15 p.m., Performance Center
The Distance Learning Advisory Committee and ETS have planned a conference that will demonstrate how beneficial technology can be to all courses, whether online, hybrid, or traditional. The keynote address will be given by David Pogue, New York Times technology columnist. The conference will also include a student panel to discuss student expectations and another guest speaker will discuss exemplary design practices. Lunch will be provided; please e-mail BJ Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org, to make your reservation.
Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 9:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm
FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS
Monday - Thursday 7:45am - 10:00pm
Friday 7:45am - 4:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 2:00pm - 10:00pm
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Academic Technology Support: Individual as well as group instruction is provided on request. Areas of support include Angel, Tegrity, Microsoft Office, and other software; instructional technology; and multimedia classroom use. For more information please contact John McGee at 256-765-4454 or email@example.com
Audiovisual: Film, video, and other showings are scheduled through Media Services to supplement classroom instruction. A media production specialist and a digital media specialist are available to assist faculty in the planning, design, and production of audiovisual instructional materials. A laminating machine, paper cutters, opaque projectors, copy machines, as well as other equipment are available for student use.
Distance education: Educational Technology Services staff schedule and provide support for distance education.
Reserves:Material placed on reserve by faculty is located at the Circulation Desk.
Bibliographic instruction: Individual as well as group instruction is provided on request.
The Learning Resources Center maintains a variety of materials to facilitate instruction and the teaching/learning process. Curriculum materials such as courses of study, curriculum guides, methods (idea) books, elementary and secondary textbooks, accreditation reports, evaluation studies, self-studies, and sample teaching units are housed in this collection.
Children's literature, selection aids, a reference collection, bibliographies, materials on current trends in education and innovative approaches to education are included. These materials may be checked out for a two-week period.
An audiovisual collection is available for student use, including videocassettes, audiocassettes, compact discs, phonodiscs, kits, games, and others, with shorter loan periods.
The Media Center videocassette and DVD collection contains material purchased for classroom presentation and is available to students for viewing only on-site in the LRC.
All resources can be accessed on UNACAT, the UNA online library catalog.