Teaching Resource Center
The Teaching Resource Center, sponsored by the Teaching with Technology Committee, is a place where UAMS faculty can use an assortment of up-to-date equipment and software with help and guidance from skilled LRC staff members. The Teaching Resource Center evolved from the Faculty Development Room that was created in 1992 to honor Dr. Horace Marvin.
The Teaching Resource Center consists of multiple computer stations to meet the user’s needs. The available software and hardware provides capability for working with digital video editing, scanning and digital image editing and the creation of course material. However, this is not the limit of what can be done in the TRC. We also have programs for Screencasting like Camtasia and Adobe Captivate, as well as a wonderful survey/statistics tool called Remark optical-mark-recognition software.
The Teaching Resource Center is located on the third floor of the UAMS Library and is available to UAMS faculty and their staff during the hours the Library is open. No appointments are necessary to use this room. Feel free to come by and let us show you what is available!
For more information, please call Fred Bassett at 501-686-8116.