|Instructors have the option of meeting their classes in the LARC for multimedia activities, such as oral/listening examinations, paired or grouped discussions, review of audio materials, internet activities, PowerPoint presentations, composition writing using international character sets, video viewing, etc. The LARC staff will be happy to assist you in the management of your multimedia class, so feel free to bring in your ideas!Holding a class session in the LARC can add flexibility to your curriculum, but as with any introduction of new material or technology, a little pre-planning goes a long way towards a seamless presentation.
- At least 2 days before the class, complete this form at http://gsularc.wufoo.com/forms/larc-class-request to request the use of the LARC. You will be asked to detail the time of your class, the number of students, and proposed activities.
- Meet with Trish before the day of the class to review in detail the class activities.
- If you have more than one activity, make a list of the order in which you want to complete them.
- Remind your students that class will be held in the lab. You can either walk your class over from your classroom or ask your students to go directly to the LARC.
- Be sure to inform Trish Nolde of any special audio or video files that will be used during your class. Conversion of audio and video formats or digitization should be arranged at least a week in advance of your class.
For more information on holding a class in the LARC, please contact Trish Nolde by email.