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Information Technology Staff Members Undergo Hands-On Training


Kevin M. MixJoseph S. MillerTwo members of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Information Technology Services recently attended a one-day training session in Harrisburg.

Kevin M. Mix, media specialist, and Joseph S. Miller, instructional media specialist, completed training in IP (Internet Protocol) Link technologies conducted by Extron Electronics.

The wider use of classroom technology, combined with the expansion of the Penn College campus, has prompted ITS to investigate ways to streamline various maintenance and monitoring functions. The March 30 session involved hands-on instruction in developing remote monitoring and diagnostic systems for audiovisual equipment via a subnet or Virtual Local Area Network.

Nineteen delegates from 11 institutions across the northeastern United States participated in the session, part of the Extron Institute School of Instructional Audio Visual Technologies held at various sites across North America, Europe and Asia.

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