Stop by Brackett Hall Hall on August 16-17 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. for an interactive guided tour of classroom technology. Instructors will have the opportunity to work with classroom and learning technology specialists about the latest enhancements. Instructors will also have an opportunity to learn how to use the classroom technology for their own courses. Those attending should use the main entrance on the second floor facing the Union and Core Campus.
Clemson University central classrooms have a standard set of equipment, including an HDMI projector, microphones, and wireless capabilities. All classrooms are equipped with a camera and microphone integrated with Zoom or Webex. Several advanced classrooms are also equipped specifically for distance education courses or for courses with a lecture capture requirement.
“We are looking forward to a return to in-person learning this fall in a healthy and safe way, and to providing our instructors the technology, tools and best practices they need to deliver the best education possible for our Clemson students,” said John Griffin, senior associate provost.
More information is available in the Classroom Technology guides. Instructors who have not used the new technology or need a refresher may refer to the Classroom Technology checklist.
Instructors may also visit the Faculty Resource Center for resources including video tutorials, how-to documents and a listing of upcoming training and workshop events.
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