Instructional Technology

Department of Instructional Technology.

Henderson utilizes a number of instructional technology components to provide 21st Century learning opportunities to its student and faculty population.   A great number of classrooms are equipped with multi-media teaching equipment, Smartboard technologies, as well as other course specific technologies.   Those technologies are supported and maintained by this department. 

Henderson also makes use of a Learning Management System (LMS) that is used to deliver synchronous and asynchronous course materials via Fully Online, Partially Online and Enhanced ANGEL courses.  Click here for more information about Online Classes.

The Instructional Technology Department also includes the MultiMedia Learning Center (MMLC) and the services and equipment provided there.  The MMLC is all about technology and letting you develop the kind of hands-on skills that are crucial in the 21st century: all kinds of audio/visual resources and playback equipment, a media production lab, and tons of assistance from our crack staff of multimedia gurus.  It’s the perfect place to create projects like bulletin boards and posters, use the computer lab equipped with scanners and color printers, and talk with our digital artist about extra large prints up to 42 inches by many feet.  Click here for more information about the MMLC.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONTACT INFORMATION

The Department of Instructional Technology operates as part of Academic Affairs.  Instructional Technology is located within the campus MultiMedia Learning Center, Education Center, 1020 Henderson Street.

Contact Information:

Jennifer L. Holbrook, MBA
Director of Instructional Technology
(870) 230-5275 |
holbroj@hsu.edu

 



 
 
 
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