Teaching and Learning with Technology Resources
Teaching and Learning with Technology Resources (TLTR), a division of Ramsey Library, provides professional services, facilities and equipment to enhance teaching and learning through the effective and creative use of instructional technologies.
The Distance Learning Services unit provides facilities and technical support services that bring people at different sites together for a class or meeting. These simultaneous internet based educational opportunities use video conferencing, web conferencing (Skype, Windows Messenger and Elluminate) and webinar events which support teaching and learning.
Instructional Technology Support
The Instructional Technology unit provides one-on-one consultation, phone and email question and response, and periodic workshops. Specific support is available for UNC Asheville’s learning management system - Moodle, electronic portfolio - Mahara, Smartboard instruction and student response systems. Assistance with course design for online content delivery and Blended Learning is also available.
Media Design Lab
The Media Design Lab houses state-of-the-art Mac and PC workstations for video, audio, graphics and web design as well as format transfers and duplications. This includes a wide range of production software for people of all levels of technical knowledge. Lab assistants provide one-on-one instruction in the use of software and hardware.
The Video Production unit of TLTR records select campus events, based on staff and resource availability. Faculty members may request that an event be taped if it is needed for classroom instruction. The Video Production unit operates a television studio and audio recording lab, and provides basic post-production video editing services.
TLTR provide staff support to operate and produce classes, performances, lectures and other events in Lipinsky Auditorium (capacity 600) and the Humanities Lecture Hall (300). Lipinsky Auditorium is the largest classroom space on campus, and also serves as the primary location for performance classes offered by the Music Department. It is the principal venue for UNCA Cultural Events and Special Academic Programs, Music Department concerts and other campus events which require a large and fully equipped performance space. The Humanities Lecture Hall provides stadium style seating and serves as a facility for campus meetings, large group classes and as a venue for film screenings and special presentations.
Scheduling for Lipinsky Auditorium and Humanities Lecture Hall is handled by Katie Cornell, Administrative Assistant for Humanities and Arts 310. You can contact Katie at 251-6808 or email email@example.com