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K-State Today

May 21, 2012



Training for using K-State's technology classrooms

By Ryan Hagar

K-State faculty and staff who will be using the university technology classrooms for the first time this summer must attend a short training session before they can request keys for those classrooms. Once training is completed, instructors can request keys through Facilities key control in Dykstra Hall. For more information, see the technology classrooms website.

These one-time training sessions include:

  • An overview of the different kinds of equipment and software available
  • How to turn on and shut off the systems
  • How to properly lock/unlock the classroom and podium
  • Policies and procedures

Instructional technology staff will be available to provide training through the next few weeks and after intersession has begun. Fill out the Technology Classroom Training Request Form and someone will contact you to schedule a session. Once you have been trained in one classroom, you will be cleared for access to all other technology classrooms.

Instructors who have received training in the past are advised to attend another session if they are teaching in a different classroom or if they need a refresher on the equipment.

More information is available on the technology classrooms website. Contact Ryan Hagar, 785-532-4924, rhagar@k-state.edu.

To report problems in a technology classroom, use the Technology Classroom Problem Report Form.