NewsBytes Fall 2019

ONE button Studio plus +

One Button Studio +The Jones College of Business proudly announces its new One Button Studio Plus (+) recording studio. Located in BAS S202, the new service uses advanced green screen technology and state-of-the-art equipment to create a self-service, fully automated recording studio. Learn more

Power Up Your Classes

Share & Learn: Power Up your ClassesOn Friday, November 8th, the Jones College of Business’ Faculty Development Committee organized a “Brunch and Learn” seminar. The event provided information on available resources to support online and blended classes, discussed D2L features to enhance participation and engagement, as well as topics such as creating micro-lectures, adding quizzes to videos, adding captions to videos, and web conferencing &  proctoring services for online classes.

Welcome Cameron collins

The Jones College of Business welcomes our new Business Lab Coordinator, Cameron Collins! You may recognize Cameron from when he was a lab assistant, but now he manages lab efforts between 12:00am – 8:30am, so if you’re here in the College overnight, feel free to stop by and say hi!

Technology upgrades in lab and master classrooms

The Jones College of Business has completed the upgrade of all computers in the BAS S302 and S306 master classrooms as well as 59 computers in the Computer Lab. The new computers are Dell All-in-One units with the latest technology (i7 processor, SSD had disks and webcams.) Students will see a noticeable increase in speed and efficiency, allowing them to get more done in less time.

examity and zoom for online classes

If you teach an online class, you have access to two new exiting technologies! Zoom is an easy to use video conference tool that allows you to broadcast your class to anyone, anywhere and at any time. Examity is an online proctoring tool that will increase exam integrity. University College’s MTSU Online department is offering these two services to all online sections. For more information contact Cindy Adams, ext. 8276.

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