Faculty Technology Support

Classroom Technology Training

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The Campus Technology Services (CTS) department is available to provide training to enhance the utilization of classroom technology. As the scope and complexity of instructional technology continues to expand, training becomes increasingly critical to ensure technology provides benefit rather than frustration.  It is our goal to ensure the technology made available is enhancing the educational process.

The training available from CTS is focused primarily on operation of the technology located in the classrooms. However, we can also provide training on other technologies in use on campus, such as E-mail, Video Conferencing and other general computer operations.

Send requests for training to cts@matsu.alaska.edu or call 745-9764.
  • Please indicate particular areas of interest so we may tailor the training to your specific needs.

Classroom Equipment

*Computer, *Laptop connections, *DVD/VHS, *Projector, *Digital Presenter (ELMO)
NOTE: Although we strive to standardize technology across all classrooms, some rooms have slight variations in equipment.

Dell projector remote control (PDF)

Blackboard/eLive/Student Response (clickers)

Please contact Micah Muer (MSC Instructional Technologist) 745-9758/mwmuer@alaska.edu for training support.

The UAA Faculty Technology Center (FTC) is available to assist with instructional technologies and online course design (786-4496).

Blackboard Faculty Resources

Technology Fellows
Three professors at Mat-Su College have been selected as UAA Technology Fellows. The Technology Fellows program serves as a mentoring opportunity for interested colleagues. Learn more about the Technology Fellows program.
Dr. Heather Allen – Mathematics
Dr. Polly Bass – Natural and Physical Science

Dr. Felicia Desimini – Fine Arts

Employee e-Learning
General Computer training
Microsoft Office training
Online safety

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