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Campus Technology Open House

On January 24th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. join Towson staff at the Campus Technology Open House for a showcase of services, technology and expertise. For two hours across campus faculty and staff will have an opportunity to visit the participating labs, centers, offices, stores, and support staff on campus. During this two hour open house explore the labs and ask the questions you’ve been meaning to ask.

List of Participants

• Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology (La Tonya Dyer)
• College of Business and Economics (Jeremy Farkas)
• College of Education (Wendy Gibson)
• College of Health Profession (Roni Boulware)
• College of Liberal Arts (Theresa Jenkins)
• Cook Library (David Dahl)
• Office of Technology Support (Jack Stark and Bob Farmer)
• University Store (Katie Simmons-Barth)

Itinerary for Campus Technology Open House


College or Department

Contact Person

Session Description

College of Business and Economics

Jeremy Farkas


Stephens Hall 112 Join us in the T.Rowe Price Finance Laboratory in the College of Business & Economics (Stephens Hall 112). The laboratory opened this past August and provides students with access to Bloomberg Terminal and Stock-Trak.
Bloomberg Terminal Demo:
We’ll showcase some features of the Bloomberg Terminal, a system through which students can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data movements. We’ll cover the basics of the content coverage and of the analytics.

Stock-Trak Demo:
Stock-Trak is a virtual trading simulation that allows trading in U.S. and international stocks, bonds, options, futures and mutual funds.

Demonstration will happen at the following times:

3:00-3:15 PM , 3:20-3:35 PM, and 3:40-3:55 PM

College of Education Education Innovation Lab

Wendy Gibson
410. 704.2781

HH 110 Join us in the Education Innovation Lab in Hawkins Hall 110 for our College of Education iPad and iPad cart demonstration. We will share popular education apps for iPads and information on how to recharge and sync music, videos, podcasts, photos, and other content in your iTunes library to you iPad using a power sync cart. 

College of Health Professions - Department of Nursing

Roni Boulware


Linthicum Hall Great things are happening at the College of Health Professions and we invite you to come visit. Join us in our newly renovated Linthicum Hall that houses the departments of Health Science, Nursing and Collaborative Programs. Within Linthicum Hall, we have three open instructional computer labs, 2 large lecture halls one of which has Teleconferencing capabilities, seminar rooms, state of the art Nursing simulation labs as well as an Deaf Studies computer learning lab.

Not only will you be able to see the traditional technologies in use here, but during our Open House, staff will be on hand to demonstrate:

-Skills lab which give the feeling of a traditional hospital room
-Simulated patient rooms for a hands on experience with play back and recording features
-Deaf Studies lab
-Teleconferencing to the Institute for Well Being, Lecture Hall 224, just to name a few.

All are welcome!

College of Liberal Arts

Theresa Jenkins


LA 2317 Join us in either LA 3330 or LA 3329 for hands on training for CLA classroom technology, LanSchool or Webex.

Cook Library

David Dahl


CK317, CK512, and CK526 Join us for in-depth, open discussions and hands-on demonstrations of how to integrate instructional technologies like SMART boards, clickers, and LAN School into your teaching. We’ll cover the basics of how to use these and also share and brainstorm ideas of how these can be utilized in teaching information literacy and other topics. All are welcome!

Fisher College of Science and Mathematics


Mark Edmonston



Sam Houston



SM-426E and YR-414

Join us for an informal tour of the labs and facilities
in the Fisher College of Science and Mathematics. We can
preview the experiences offered to students in the Smith Hall
and York Road facilities and answer any questions you may have
about the latest technologies. Of special interest may be:

Smith Hall

  • Nanotechnology lab
  • Astrophysics Computation Center
  • Urban Environmental Biogeochemistry lab
  • Planetarium

York Road

  • Security and Forensics labs
  • Virtual security server
  • Cyber-defense team activities
  • Human-computer interface lab

Office of Academic Innovation -

Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology

La Tonya Dyer



CK 404B & Ck 405

Join us in the CIAT DMC and CIAT Faculty Lab for an overview of services and technologies.

Digital Media Classroom Demo:

  • Lecture capture with Mediasite
  • Hands on demonstration of LanSchool classroom management software including:
    • Sharing files with student computers
    • Capturing student screens
    • Sharing computer screens

Presentation of OAI/CIAT Services:

  • Teleprompter demonstration
  • Graphic Design/Illustrations
  • Videography services (recording, editing and enhancing presentations)
  • Instructional Design using  technology

Office of Technology Services -

Client Services

Jack Stark



CK 404A

Windows 8 is Microsoft's latetest computer operating system that introduces significant changes in the user interface aimed at

touch-screen computers, laptops, and tablets.

Come by to preview and explore Windows 8 on a couple

touch-screen computers. For details, see:

Office of Technology Services -

Student Computing Services

Bob Farmer


CK 305 SCS offers many technology support services for your students: Gear2Go equipment loans, SCS Studio production facilities (for students of all majors), tutorial assistance, laptop troubleshooting and repairs, large-format printing and a PC/Mac lab open 90 hours a week, just to name a few.


You probably know that. But, what you may not know is that SCS also collaborates with faculty to support multimedia-based assignments. Your students might not be media production majors, but with your guidance, their creativity and just enough help from SCS, they may surprise you (and themselves).

If you're interested, come in from the cold, relax on an equatorial beach (compliments of our green screen setup), and learn--even experience--what SCS can do for you and your students.

University Store

Katie Simmons-Barth

University Union


University Union Bldg., 1st Floor

The University Store would like to welcome you to a tour of the store.

Join us on January 24th at 4pm to receive at tour of the store and all of the services we offer both in store and online!







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