The Technology Learning Center seeks to provide students, faculty, and staff with resources on current technology used both inside and outside education.
For additional technology support or suggestions for technology resources, please contact the TLC Help Desk at
(501) 450-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support for Blackboard is provided by the Department of Information Technology (IT). Please visit the following links on the IT webpage for support, or contact the IT Help Desk at (501) 450-3107.
|Blackboard IT Resources|
Chalk and Wire
The College of Education is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). In order to demonstrate accreditation requirements, the Professional Education Unit (PEU) must provide evidence that all candidates meet basic competencies in their fields of study. These competencies are demonstrated through key assessments completed in each program. Chalk and Wire ( http://www.chalkandwire.com/uca ) is the online system through which key assessments are collected, evaluated, and stored for analysis and accreditation purposes. Candidates will purchase a subscription to Chalk and Wire as indicated by their professors.
Chalk and Wire subscription codes can be purchased through The UCA Bookstore.
For assistance, please contact the Technology Learning Center Help Desk by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (501) 450-3400.
Please visit the Chalk and Wire Help Site for instructions on a huge array of topics, such as:
- Register for an account
- Create a portfolio
- Submit coursework
- Withdraw an assignment
- Viewing results
- Video Guides
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Assessing student work (Instructors)
- Assessment options (Instructors)
- + Much more!
Microsoft Office 2010
Excel Training File(to be used with the training guide)
Video Editing and Conversion
The computers in the TLC computer lab are loaded with SMART Board Notebook software for student use. Faculty members should contact the TLC Help Desk to install SMART Board Notebook software on their computers.