Capital Community College
950 Main Street, Suite 1031
Hartford, CT 06103
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Office Hours, Spring 2012: Mon-Thu 8:30am-7:00pm Fri 8:30am-5:00pm
Online Technical Support for Classrooms
Each room features audio-visual presentation equipment that allows instructors and students to incorporate many different types of materials into a rich, multimedia learning experience. ALL instructional classrooms & labs, conference rooms, lecture halls, tutoring centers, the Community Room, and the Auditorium (nearly 90 rooms in all) feature a high-tech "instructor's station" that includes:
Instructors have wonderful flexibility and a variety of options when presenting information to their students. Teachers can incorporate instructional material from a wider array of media than ever before: DVD videos, VHS videos, internet web pages, Microsoft Office documents, textbook images, CD-ROMs or CD audio discs, small objects, and even old-school overhead transparencies.
Academic Media Technology provides small group and individual training to faculty members who wish to learn more about the power of these systems. We also maintain a Help Desk in Room 1031 (ext. 5030) and an extensive Classrooms for the Future Tech Support Site.
This page was last updated 07/18/2012
Q: I want to play a DVD but don't see a
DVD player. What do I do?
Q: I have my own laptop and would like to use that instead of
the built-in PC. Can I connect it to the projector?
Q: My students are giving oral presentations and I'd like them
videotaped. Can you help?
Q: I'd like to try PowerPoint for my lectures. Where can I learn how to use PowerPoint?
Q: I would like to display digital
photos from my digital camera. How do I do that?