It has been one year since Northeast received the award of a
Title III grant. There has been a large increase in the number
of students coming to the technology center for assistant. Amber
Matheson has proven herself a true asset to the center. The
students love her and she is always eager to assist with a
Training sessions were offered on the
following: NBC Archives, Blackboard, MyMathLab, Reliable
Resources, and Maintaining Your Personal PC. All were well
attended with a full house in every session. We will be adding
three computer workstations to the center in the spring in able
to have more in attendance at the workshops. Students and
faculty can bring their laptop to training sessions as well.
This enables us to offer more seats in each session.
The center again served as a proctor
location not only for Northeast students but students from other
colleges as well.
As director of the center I was able
to attend the Human Resource Diversity Conference for the first
time. The conference was held in Birmingham, AL at Jefferson
State Community College. The conference was a valuable resource
with many helpful sessions.