Media and Instructional Technology

817 Bill Beck Blvd.

Phone: (407)870-4669 / Fax: (407)870-4637

Scott Clark

Director

MITD - Services We Provide

The Media and Instructional Technology Department (MITD) staff serves to support the integration of technology and best practices for classroom teachers and Library Media Specialists. Technology Resource Teachers provide training, coaching and modeling in the use of both software programs and devices implemented in classrooms and Media Centers.

Listed below are some of the services for supported programs and devices.

Instructional Technology Programs



•SMART Notebook
•ImageMate and Hovercam software
•Digital Resources (Discovery Ed, Britannica)
•Safari Montage Creation Station
•Office365
•Moodle LMS
•Edmodo
•Focus Gradebook
•Parent Portal


School Library Media Services

•Digital Resources (Research databases,
homework help)
•Teacher professional reference material
•Information literacy, digital literacy and
curriculum program training/support
•Support for all School Library Media Centers
 




           

 

Classroom Technology/Hardware



•SMART Interactive Boards and Panels
•Document Cameras (ELMO, SMART,Hovercam)
•Projectors
•Audio Enhancement System
            
 
Video Services

•Video conferencing training/support
•Consulting for school multi-media production studios
            
            
Instructional/Educational Databases

•Data Uploads and Maintenance
      »ClassLink Launchpad
      »Destiny Library, Textbook, Resources
      »Footsteps2Brilliance
      »Moodle LMS
      »Office365 
      »iReady
     »Renaissance Learning
  
 

 
                       
                                    
                                    
            
 

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