The Independent Learning Center at the College of Health Sciences and School of Nursing strives to educate faculty and students in the effective use of the latest information technology and provide them with technical tools to enhance the teaching, research experience respectively.
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2PM - 5PM
Information and Services
The Independent Learning Center (ILC) assists faculty and student with hardware and software concerns, and offer individual or group’s instruction on specific software programs; it is staffed by a full time Technology Implementation Manager, Computer Lab Supervisor, and five part-time student assistants.
This support staff assist faculty who need a variety of audio-visual and information technology support. All classrooms in the Health Sciences building have computers with projectors for Power Point presentations, DVD/VHS players, document cameras, internet connectivity. There is wireless connectivity on every floor available to all faculty, students and staff. The ILC consists of 36 Intel Core 2 Duo desktop computers; scanners; 2 black/white laser printers and one color laser printer; TV/VCR’s video recorders; and MP3 audio recorders. All computers are connected to the internet and have Microsoft Office 2007; SPSS 17.0: Adobe Acrobat Professional 9.0; Endnote X3, Mathematica 6; Minitab 15.1.1.
There is a multimedia room with 2 Apple iMac Intel Core 2 Duo systems, where faculty and students can produce audio/video presentations and podcasts. Help is always available for new users who want to learn how to use the equipment.
The ILC is also responsible for keeping the instructional support equipment located in each classroom in working condition.