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The Center provides climate and support through which faculty, staff and teaching assistants can become independent developers and/or consumers of new media to support teaching and research.
CTLT can provide expert technical support, mentoring and collaboration opportunities as well as access to technology, software and media resources for courseware creation, teaching and learning.
- Assist School of Pharmacy academic units and individual faculty members in planning and providing the richest possible learning experiences for students.
- Assist faculty and staff in using state-of-the-art instructional technologies effectively in teaching, learning, and delivery of information.
- Create powerful, technology-based learning environments in classrooms and teaching laboratories.
- Design and develop products and systems facilitating teaching and learning and capitalize upon the capabilities of emerging instructional technologies.
- Create and maintain flexible, responsive distance learning environments and delivery systems.
- Provide leadership in the identification and evaluation of emerging instructional technologies and facilitate their integration, as appropriate, into the teaching and outreach functions of the university.
- Serve as advocate for the faculty and students in all matters related to the academic applications of technology.
- Support and collaborate with other Texas Tech University technology agencies at the college and departmental level.
- Assist and cooperate with other university-wide information technology units in the performance of their missions.
- Assist the faculty, staff, and administration in the improvement of communication and outreach processes through the effective use of media.
The Center produces content for various types of delivery media, enhancing the learning environment for the School of Pharmacy.
CTLT develops interactive content including audio, video, panorama and flash presentations for the World Wide Web. This content is also integrated into our online course delivery system: WebCT.
CTLT also provides database design and connectivity for our Websites.
- Video capture using digital camcorders: for lectures, lab procedures, events
- Video capture from VHS tape
- Video Editing using Sony Pictures Vegas Video and Apple Final Cut Pro
- Video rendering to CD, DVD and Internet streaming formats
- Digital photography, image manipulation, format conversion
- Interactive Webpage development including video, panorama, audio
- Interactive CD creation
OS and Language Support:
- Windows, MAC, Linux, HTML, Perl, C++
The School of Pharmacy forums provide a dynamic, Web-based environment that puts learners at the center of the educational process.
CTLT forums offer participants an open, flexible environment that includes personal learning spaces as well as access to public notices and bulletins.
- Threaded discussions
- Chat spaces
- Web links
- Collaborative documents
- File uploading and downloading
- Assessment and evaluation tools
Online Course Delivery System
WebCT provides the School of Pharmacy an innovative e-learning solution to help improve educational outcomes for students.
This e-learning system includes a complete set of core teaching and learning tools and allows our institution to customize, integrate, and extend the e-learning environment.
- Student and faculty account creation for eRaider and WebCT
- Student and faculty training
- Legacy course content migration; testing
- Course archive maintenance, distribution
- Course schedule correction
- Email and telephone support
- Research to determine course content and tools standards
- Develop, submit proposals for process improvement
Classroom Response System
WebSurveyor is an online tool for making, taking, and analyzing surveys. It is designed to be used for formative assessment, to be adaptable to many needs, and to give timely feedback for instructors about their on-campus or online courses.
The system is an online survey solution that's easy to use and customize, and is integrated with WebCT.
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For further information about the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology contact Dr. King at 806-356-4000 ext. 263 or email: