Office of Learning Technologies
Faculty Training Sessions
Please join us for one or all of our new faculty training sessions! We will be covering a wide array of topics ranging from Blackboard and its components to HTML and Dreamweaver to the newest trends in instructional technology. Make sure to check out our new training calendar. See you soon!
Blackboard and Collaborate
Both Blackboard Learn and Blackboard Collaborate are part of the online learning support that the Office of Learning Technologies supports.
- Students are provided with helpful instructions for getting started with Blackboard Learn, the most common type of online learning at Stetson University.
- Faculty, who may teach online, in a blended class or fully online, are encouraged to begin learning about how to administer their class, for the most efficient results.
If you are taking a live online class, or teaching one (or if you just want to know more about it), the Blackboard Collaborate page provides an excellent start, and leads to in-depth content and learning resources.
About Learning Technologies
As an office within the duPont-Ball Library, Learning Technologies supports the university's educational mission by offering services including presenter support for faculty and guest speakers, training and support for online learning, workshops and skills training, leadership and innovative solutions in the use of instructional technology, and classroom support of media technologies.
Learning Technologies serves the faculty as its instructional design center and doubles as the multimedia laboratory for students. The office provides modern audio/video recording equipment and video production/editing facilities to faculty and students. The Creation Station is home to five computers (a mixture of Apple and Windows) that are dedicated to video production and editing. The Creation Station is supported by professional staff and knowledgeable student assistants who help students to produce multimedia files. And finally, the Cyber Cafe offers faculty a comfortable environment in which to learn about educational technology that can be used in the classroom.
Learning Technologies supports, in conjunction with Information Technology, the university's more than one hundred "smart" classrooms at the DeLand campus, and assists with the university's audio/visual needs during special events.
Learning Technologies is located on the north side of the duPont-Ball Library. Its office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.