Room E-230, Charlestown Campus
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Sat.-Sun., 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Mon.-Thur., 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
ePortfolio: Get into it!
Electronic portfolios provide vehicles for students to display and reflect on written, visual, audio and other work they create as part of their college experience.
Talk to us about integrating ePortfolio in your course.
The Bunker Hill Community College Teaching, Learning and Instructional Technology Center (TLiTC) supports the academic mission of the college by helping instructors find innovative ways to use technology to support their teaching goals and by providing professional development opportunities in the use of instructional technology.
Drawing on expertise in both Instructional Technology and Instructional Psychology, TLiTC staff assist faculty with online, hybrid and traditional, ground-based courses offered at the college.
In addition, the TLiTC provides initial training and ongoing support in the use and operation of the college’s technology-enhanced “smart” classrooms; assist in the creation of custom, reusable multimedia learning objects; produce compelling video content for the college’s video media library as well as support the college’s ongoing podcasting initiative via our iTunesU portal.
Ultimately, the TLiTC is resource where faculty are invited and encouraged to stop in, prepare materials for an upcoming class, and “check out” equipment including laptop computers and portable audio recording devices to record a lecture or lesson segments to enhance their course.
The Teaching, Learning and Instructional Technology Center is a college-wide resource, reporting to the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Record your class!
Camtasia Relay is a campus-wide screen recording solution that allows you to easily record and share presentations, lectures, lab activities and meetings with your students. Ask us more about this exciting tool.
Want to engage your students?
Student response systems have proven to enhance effective teaching methods. With clickers, instructors have the ability to assess learning, report student progress indicators and see measurable gains in retention and learning.