Teaching & Technology Center
The Teaching & Technology
Center (TTC) supports faculty in the use of technology to enhance teaching
and learning at Bridgewater State University. Training and support are
available to assist faculty with educational technology in
face-to-face, hybrid- and fully-online coursework. The TTC supports BSU's
Blackboard learning management system and provides training opportunities, both
in-person and online, for Blackboard and many other educational technology solutions.
Contact us by phone at
508.531.2634, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop
by our office on the 2nd floor of the Moakley Center, Room 200, between 8:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. We have several lab computers (PC and Mac) and scanners available for faculty to use with TTC support on-hand to assist as needed. Our two Teaching & Technology Faculty Fellows are also available for consultations by appointment.
Front row: Andy Couto, Arthur Slotnick, Eric LePage, Kelsea Marciarelli, Amanda Zuromski
Back row: Curtis St. Jean, Alexis Goncalves, David Larrivee, Tim Wenson, Stacey Osborn, Matt DeGrechie, Joshua Murphy, Brendan McKenna
In support of our mission, the TTC has 5 primary objectives:
educational technology professional development and support for faculty teaching face-to-face,
hybrid online, and fully online courses
with regional partners on educational technology projects and professional
development opportunities for faculty
- Provide educational
technology consultation services to faculty
and promote emergent educational technologies and related teaching practices
- Administer the Blackboard Learning Management System, including the provision of related training and support to faculty
The TTC maintains a public list of educational technology Goals and Objectives for the current fiscal year.
Consultation and Training Services
The TTC offers one-on-one consultations and training services on the following applications and technologies. Contact us at email@example.com to set up an appointment today.
- Blackboard, including ...
site design best practices
forum management and assessment
for assessing student work
- Hoonuit video training on special topics (i.e. Excel, SPSS) for students
- Flipping the Classroom, including …
- Online Teaching Strategies and Tools, including …
- Edu-Gaming, including …
- Classroom Technologies, including …
- Chromebook laptops, which faculty can loan out for an academic year
PC virtual desktop for accessing BSU lab applications (i.e. SPSS) from on or off-campus
- PollEverywhere for live polling of students using their phones, tablets, and
Design best practices
projection of your laptops and tablets with Mirroring 360
- Social Media for teaching & learning, including …
for class discussions
for news sharing and connecting with experts in your field
- Office 365 apps for teaching and learning, including ...
- Yammer for online discussions and peer learning communities
- Sway for digital storytelling and presentation design
- OneNote Classroom for course resource organization
- FlipGrid for conducting asynchronous video-based course discussions
- We are also glad to discuss other third party EdTech applications ...
The TTC provides full support on the following
systems and applications:
This page is maintained by the Teaching & Technology Center. Send comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Last reviewed 01/16/19.
- Adobe Connect – web-conferencing system
- Blackboard – learning management system
- Microsoft Office 365 – online and desktop office suites for course content creation
(i.e. PowerPoint slideshows, Word document syllabi, Excel grading spreadsheets)
- Poll Everywhere - instant polling solution
Teaching & Technology Center
Moakley Center, Room 200
100 Burrill Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02325
Faculty, contact the IT Service Center for computer hardware, operating system, application installation, BSU account, and classroom audio/video support: