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Brown Bags
Brown Bags are a series of presentations on technology-related topics which are presented during the fall and spring semesters. All interested UH faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

Digital Media Center, Manoa Campus
The Digital Media Center (DMC) provides UH faculty and staff with training and assistance in the use of digital or multimedia equipment and software for teaching and learning. These include: creation of multimedia presentations, graphics, CD/DVD's, web sites, WebCT computer-based instruction, and audio/video digitizing or editing.

Educational Cable Access
UH coordinates and distributes educational programming from all 10 campuses to public access cable channels statewide. Students can earn college credits via courses offered on channel 55. Cable courses may be live or prerecorded. TEC is also used for informational and non-credit programs.

HITS2 (Interactive Television)
The Hawai'i Interactive Television Service-2 (HITS2) is a custom-designed system for transmission of closed circuit two-way interactive video (ITV) courses between UH campuses. If available, HITS2 may also accommodate videoconferencing requests for group meetings, training workshops, or seminars and presentations.

InfobITS Newsletter
InfobITS is the technology newsletter of the University of Hawai'i community. It is distributed twice per year in a printed digest format and is accompanied by a detailed online version. Submissions of IT news items are welcomed from all sources.

Teaching and Learning with Electronic Networked Technologies (TALENT) is a series of faculty and staff development activities. Included are discussions of issues related to online instruction, hands-on and web-based tutorials on WebCT, and a hands-on institute that provides support for preparation of online courses.

Technology Workshops
Technology workshops, designed to help UH faculty and staff acquire hands-on training with applications for their work, are offered each semester. The free workshops are held in Keller Hall on the UH Manoa campus.

Web Course Tools (WebCT) is the program used by the majority of faculty teaching online or web-enhanced courses. The WebCT program incorporates email, chat, discussion board, and calendar components.

Laulima is the course management and collaborative resources tool supported for enhanced/total online teaching and collobarative projects at the University of Hawaii. For enhanced or total online teaching, Laulima is connected to the registration (myUH Portal) system, allowing automatic course population of officially registered students.

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