The LLRC is a space that provides support to faculty, staff and students at Saint Michael's. Below you will find helpful links to some common technologies. Please visit this page frequently, as we will be adding more content in the near future.
A list of apps currently available for class use through the iPad cart.
A list of apps currently available on the SMC iPad 1's, which are available for circulation to the general campus community.
See this document for tips on how to secure your iPad and perform routine updates in order to keep your iPad running at its peak performance.
Lab Services at Saint Michael's
Saint Michael's has a variety of labs available to students. For a list of all the labs please refer to this spreadsheet for more information.
The College also offers different video editing software in several labs on campus for those interested in using the software. If you are trying to decide which software to use or where to find software refer to this Video Editing Spreadsheet.
Open Educational Resource (OER)
The Open Education movement is growing worldwide. Check out the Saint Michael's College Open Educational Resource (OER) page for more information about its impact on teaching and learning, along with lists of free open educational resources available for you!
Skype at Saint Michael's College
The Department of Information Technology offers support for video conferencing using Skype. This brief "Getting Started" guide will give you information on how to go about setting up a call and what to expect throughout the process. For more information or to request assistance with a call, please contact the Help Desk at email@example.com or x2020.
Technology Learning Center
The Technology Learning Center (TLC) is an excellent resource for those looking for information regarding the latest technology on campus. Here you'll find news on upcoming workshops and emerging technology, documentation on how to use various programs, and more. Refer to the TLC section of mySMC for more information.
Saint Michael's College adopted Tegrity as its lecture-capture system in the fall of 2010. Both faculty and students have found the program to be a great way to enhance learning through the ability to replay past lectures. For assistance with Tegrity, please go the Tegrity Support Site above. For more immediate issues, please call the Helpdesk at (802) 654-2020.
The Technology Learning Center (TLC) has recorded numerous trainings using Tegrity. For a list of these, please see our Trainings document.
Windows 7/Office 2010
For questions and assistance regarding Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010, please see the college's Windows 7/Office 2010 support site.
Need help finding menu and toolbar commands in Office 2010? Microsoft has a series of interactive guides that allow you to easily find where menu and toolbar commands are located in the newest version of Microsoft Office.