Arlington CLUB - Collaborative Learning Hub
Founders Hall, Room B115 Mon – Fri 11:00 am to 7:00 pmThe Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB) supports effective teaching and learning with technology to enhance educational experiences and the quality of work life at the University for current students, teaching faculty, instructional support staff, and academic units seeking to improve instruction. As outlined in its mission statement, the CLUB provides training and support for instructional improvement and technology to enhance student learning, supports the use of technology-based courseware in classrooms, and supports instructional initiatives University-wide.
Equipment:The CLUB has a variety of tech tools that are available for students, faculty, and staff to borrow for educational purposes.
- Video cameras
- Digital cameras
- Audio recorders
- Dell and Apple laptops
Facilities:The Arlington CLUB offers the Arlington campus place to incorporate technology seamlessly into academics. It is a Wi-fi enabled area equipped with two portable interactive Smart boards, a document scanner, and more. We also have a lab in the 211 computer lab for training workshops (more info about workshops below.)
Consultations:We offer individualized support for faculty and staff on work or instructionally related software such as PowerPoint, Blackboard, Video applications, and other technologies. Faculty can receive support for incorporating technology into their course material, such as:
- How to design/develop online instructional materials or websites
- How to use technology-based courseware in the classrooms
- How to do anything related to PowerPoint in the classroom or online
- How to choose and use emerging collaboration methods and tools in the classroom and online
Workshop Training:To view and register for workshops and events throughout the Mason campuses, see the IT Training web site.
- Guests may be held accountable for damages to borrowed equipment.
- Guests are prohibited from installing software on computers.
- Equipment is available for educational purposes. With this in mind, we reserve the right to ask guests to refuse/terminate service if we feel their usage is not appropriate. Examples of inappropriate use and/or behavior may include but are not limited to the following:
- Use of computers to play games, watch movies, view pictures, or listen to music
- Use of lab equipment to access inappropriate or illegal websites or to create content for non-academic purposes.
- Attempting to perform any illegal or harmful activity, such as hacking, data theft, libelous or slanderous activities, destruction of property, etc.
Contact:For additional questions, please contact the Collaborative Learning Hub at (703) 993-7513 or by e-mail at email@example.com