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Instructional Technology Office Continues P.L.A.T.O. Drop-In Sessions


Walter J. Shultz, OIT director (left) assists Lawrence K. Beaston, assistant professor of English-composition.
Walter J. Shultz, OIT director (left) assists Lawrence K. Beaston, assistant professor of English-composition.
Kim E. Shipman (standing) lends a helping hand to Karen L. Plankenhorn, clinical supervisor, radiography.
Kim E. Shipman (standing) lends a helping hand to Karen L. Plankenhorn, clinical supervisor, radiography.
Clark D. Sarge, a member of the physics faculty (left), is joined by Joshua D. Young, learning systems administrator, in a Madigan Library computer classroom.
Clark D. Sarge, a member of the physics faculty (left), is joined by Joshua D. Young, learning systems administrator, in a Madigan Library computer classroom.

Penn College’s Office of Instructional Technology held another early-evening “Anything P.L.A.T.O.” session on Wednesday, informally helping faculty members resolve questions about the college’s Platform for Learning and Teaching-Online. A series of Tuesday and Wednesday sessions on the learning-management system are scheduled throughout the spring semester, as well as three additional get-togethers at alternate times. A complete schedule is included on the department’s myPCT portal page; while registration is not required, OIT would appreciate knowing the number of likely attendees and the types of P.L.A.T.O. issues on which they wish to focus. Interested faculty are encouraged to contact Kim E. Shipman, coordinator of instructional technology and technology training, at ext. 7419 or by email.

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