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Technology Resources

Faculty Office

We have an office just for you! Our faculty office is equipped with a new computer and loaded with the following software:

  • Videoscribe
  • Articulate Storyline
  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Microsoft Office Suite

Whether you want to try software for the first time or use our specialized licenses supported by a book from our teaching excellence library to create something spectacular, our faculty office is here for you. If you would like to reserve a time, please contact us at


Recording Rooms

There are four rooms in Robertson Hall suite 215 with the ability to record lectures, speeches and presentations. The computers there are just like any other RU computer on campus. Login, access your course, and record a lecture or message to your students. Faculty can also use Robertson Hall 107 & Divinity 177.

Contact Media Services if you would prefer to schedule time in their recording studio.


Lending Library

CTL has books in our Teaching Excellence Library that we can lend faculty for use for their course and professional development. Book titles include "Wired for Learning," "The Technology Toolbelt for Teaching," "Teaching Digital Natives," and dozens more! Stop by our office to peruse the collection.

In our equipment lending library, technology resources include microphones, iPads, tablets, e-readers and webcams. Contact us at to request one of the following pieces of equipment.


Google Chrome HDMI Streaming Media Player

Simply plug this device into any HDTV and control it with your your smarphone, tablet, or laptop. No remotes required. This will allow you to show a webpage, video, or even a PowerPoint on any HDTV.


Yeti USB Microphone

This high-quality microphone can plug into your computer or laptop via USB, allowing you to record your lectures, audio announcements, or audio during a Collaborate session. Improve students' experience with this quality recording device.

Sony Audio Recorder ICD-UX Digital Audio & Wireless Microphone

Sony's ICD-UX523F voice recorder is perfect for recording lectures as well as listening to your favorite tunes in between classes or at the office. Equipped with Digital VOR and scene select function allows you to select five modes of recording scenes.

GoPro Hero3+ Silver Edition & MicroSDHC 32 gig card

This popular video camera is the size of a matchbox and, with its array of accessories, will allow you to record video in nearly any setting. Check out GoPro's website to see how people around the world are using their GoPro cameras.

Flip HD Video Camera

This easy-to-use, slim camera records relatively high-quality sound and video. It also allows you to upload video straight from the camera to YouTube.


Kindle Paperwhite, 6"

This lightweight dedicated e-reader provides a glare-free and easy-on-the-eyes way to read ebooks, magazines, and documents.

Kindle Fire HDX 7”

Amazon's top tablet is great for work or play with fast web browsing, built-in Office Suite, and email and calendar support for Outlook, Gmail, and more.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

Samsung's newest tablet is 8" wide and is designed to be used with the included stylus ("s pen"). This gives you the freedom to write, doodle, and annotate directly on the tablet. The Note also allows for multitasking with more than two windows open at once.

Apple iPad Mini

All the features of a regular iPad in a smaller, easier to carry device. Watch videos, surf the web, or use one of 1,000s of available apps.

Apple iPad Air

More powerful than other iPads, this 9.7" Retina display tablet is also half a pound lighter.

Apple iPad 2

Apple's iPad 2 is dramatically thinner and boasts front and rear cameras, FaceTime video chat, a faster processor, and 3G options for both AT&T and Verizon. The iPad 2 refines an already excellent product. Its easy-to-use interface, vast app catalog, and marathon battery life bolster Apple's claim to being the king of tablets.