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April 26, 2010
We welcome new TLC staffers Chad Owens and Dr. Rosalie Ward. Chad will be serving as Director of the Learning Applications Group, and Rosalie as Instructional Designer.
November 13, 2009
If you have been experiencing problems since the recent Blackboard upgrade, please check out our solutions page for tips on how to get up and running again. Please let us know if you are having other Blackboard-related problems, such as playing back Windows Media files.
The TLC is located on the lower level of the University Library in Room 014, immediately adjacent to the main computer lab. It is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Samford faculty and staff are welcome to use the facilities any time we are open, but if you think you will need assistance, we recommend that you make an appointment so that we can schedule someone to work with you.
Chad joined the TLC staff in 2010 after serving as an Academic Consultant at Baylor University for several years. During his time at Baylor he was also a lecturer in Management and Information Systems at the Hankamer School of Business. He holds a B.A. in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University and Master’s degrees in Educational Psychology and Information Systems, both from Baylor University. The father of three young children, Chad finds that “free time” really consists of birthday parties, dance classes, soccer practice and lots of kid-friendly activities.
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In 2004, Joe joined the TLC as an Academic Technology Specialist, after having supported the Academic Computing Labs for over a year. Prior to that, he worked in the arts for fifteen years. He has a B.A. degree in Theatre from St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, and several IT certifications. During his free time, Joe's right brain continues to enjoy live musical theatre, where he sometimes spends his evenings as a sound designer, while his left brain enjoys IT consulting and his obsessive-compulsive genealogy hobby.
We could not provide the services we do without our student workers. Each semester, we hire several students to assist faculty in the TLC and set up equipment in various locations around the campus. Please check the employment page if you are a student interested in working with us.