The Teaching Resource Center, sponsored by the Teaching with Technology Committee, is a place where UAMS faculty can use an assortment of up-to-date equipment and software with help and guidance from skilled LRC staff members. The Teaching Resource Center evolved from the Faculty Development Room that was created in 1992 to honor Dr. Horace Marvin.
The Teaching Resource Center consists of multiple computer stations to meet the user’s needs. The available software and hardware provides capability for working with digital video editing, scanning and digital image editing and the creation of course material. However, this is not the limit of what can be done in the TRC. We also have programs for Screencasting like Camtasia and Adobe Captivate, as well as a wonderful survey/statistics tool called Remark optical-mark-recognition software.
The Teaching Resource Center is located on the third floor of the UAMS Library and is available to UAMS faculty and their staff during the hours the Library is open. No appointments are necessary to use this room. Feel free to come by and let us show you what is available!
For more information, please call Fred Bassett at 501-686-8116.
Video Conference & Recording Studio
Video Conferencing (IVN)
Collaboration through video conferencing and telepresence is essential in today’s academic environment, and the UAMS Library understands the value of instant face-to-face communication. Take advantage of the video conferencing facility on the 3rd floor of the UAMS Library and expand your reach, overcoming the barriers of time and distance to create an integrated working environment across multiple locations.
To schedule a video conference/IVN conference, please call Fred Bassett at 501-686-5428.
The UAMS Library’s Video Conferencing and Recording Studio provides a state-of-the-art dedicated recording studio finally enabling faculty, staff & students to produce quality audio and video to meet a variety of standard and unique needs. This new studio provides an acoustically neutral and adjustable environment free of machine and air handler noise, and meets the highest standards of sound recording technology.
Features and Benefits
Delivers in-house capability to mix and match A/V sources to produce and edit videos – live or recorded
Allows you to produce multiple live Webcasts from a single production
Reduces the need for budget for external production contracts
Self-contained unit with multiple audio / video input feeds allow you to bring production capabilities in house
Easy capture and streaming of video and audio sources with the mixing pallet functions
Captures presenters PC as well as other video and audio feeds
Produces independent output streams and recordings; provides flexibility in formats and creativity
Come let our experienced staff show you what is possible in this new facility on the 3rd floor of the UAMS Library. Please contact Tim Muren at 501-686-8536 or Fred Bassett at 501-686-5428 to schedule an appointment.
UAMS Teaching with Technology Committee
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