College of Education and Human Development
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The Teaching Resources Center's staff and student assistants help faculty, students, and staff find materials that meet their needs.
Faculty can request an orientation of the Teaching Resources Center for their classes. These orientations can be general introductions to the resources and services of the center or specific to a class project or requirement.
To schedule an orientation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The computer lab in Peters C144 has twenty-seven workstations that are connected to the University’s network with full internet access. The current software used by the University and additional special software used in the College of Education and Human Development classes are installed. The lab contains 5 flatbed digital scanners that are available for graphic scanning as well as a black and white laser printer. The lab is used for Radford University classes and special reservations. When the lab is not reserved for a class or an event, it is open to students.
Send any reservation requests to email@example.com.
View the complete list of software available at RU.
Mobile Classroom Cart
The mobile classroom cart provides twenty-four laptops for use in classrooms in Peters Hall. Generally this is reserved when the computer lab is not available.
There are two iPad carts available for CEHD faculty to reserve for classes. Each cart contains 30 iPads and is pre-loaded with free apps. (See list of apps here.)
Faculty in the College of Education and Human Development may place items on reserve in the Teaching Resources Center. Reserve materials are used in the TRC only and do not leave the Center. The materials are accessible through the Reserves section of the online catalog and students may search for materials by course or instructor.
Please contact the TRC in person if you wish to place items on Reserve.