Instructional technology

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Blume Language and Culture Learning Center

A virtual tour of the Blume Center.


The Blume Center partners with Academic Computing, Film & Media Library, and Media Technology Services to support language teaching and learning on campus, for example, by co-sponsoring workshops and collaborating on technology-based projects. In addition to providing access to hardware and software for language instruction purposes, the Blume Center offers ongoing faculty training on the use of technology-based language teaching and learning.
Among other services, the Blume Center makes available to language instructors equipment and professional expertise on:

STA Program

The Student Technology Assistant (STA) program at Trinity College is a collaborative initiative from Academic Computing and the Blume Language and Culture Learning Center to enhance instructional technology support on campus. The program’s goal is to facilitate the use of instructional technology on campus in order to empower faculty with the means to effectively integrate instructional technology into their practice as well as to develop projects that enhance the overall teaching and learning mission of the College.

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