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  • 1. Next >> University of Northern Iowa Community Technology Center
  • 2. How to Navigate the Program Next >> << Back Navigation buttons May be clicked on any time throughout the presentation to go skip to the named slide Underlined text throughout the presentation are links to be clicked They will open another box or skip to another slide according to their assigned task.
  • 3. Table of Contents
    • Introduction
      • Our Mission
      • About the Center
      • Client Comments
    • Class Information
      • Director’s Remarks
      • Staff Responsibilities
      • Class Schedule
    • Virtual Tour
    • Contact Us
      • Our Location
      • Survey
    • Credits
    Next >> << Back
  • 4. Our Mission
    • “ To provide educational services and computer training to at-risk secondary students; and to English, Bosnian, and Spanish-speaking adult learners in need of such instruction”
    Next >> << Back
  • 5. << Back Next >> Open to the Public The Community Technology Center is also open for free use by any secondary student or adult wishing to attend. Please see our website at http://fp.uni.edu/eop/ctcp for more information.
  • 6. Classes are FREE!!
    • The Community Technology Center is a non-profit organization funded by a grant from the United States Department of Education and donations from community businesses and organizations. Thanks to these generous donations, services are offered at no cost to secondary students or adult clients.
    Next >> << Back
  • 7. << Back Next >> Client Comments Hatidza’s Comments Mario’s Comments Felicina’s Comments
  • 8. Hatidza’s Comments Next >> << Back Click “Next” for text version of her comments
  • 9. << Back Next >> Hatidza’s Comments
    • Able to learn about basic computer skills
    • Learned to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,
    • Excel, and Access
    • Benefited from cost-free attendance
    • Says instructors who speak her native language
    • are very helpful
  • 10. Mario’s Comments Next >> << Back Click “Next” for text version of his comments
  • 11. << Back Next >> Mario’s Comments
    • Has been out of school for 7 years
    • Learned basic computer skills
    • Uses Internet during open Center hours for
    • research, communicating with friends, and
    • typing papers
    • Friends told him the Center would help him learn
    • skills for college
  • 12. Felicina’s Comments Next >> << Back Click “Next” for text version of her comments
  • 13. << Back Next >> Felicina’s Comments -Did not know anything about computers before coming to the Center -Learned to use Microsoft Office applications, the Internet, and e-mail -Says the Center is a good place to learn English
  • 14. Class Information
    • We offer learning opportunities for...
      • Basic Computer Concepts
      • Computer Applications
      • Career Development
      • Basic Hardware
      • ESL Self-Tutoring
    Next >> << Back
  • 15. Basic Computer Concepts
    • Students learn basic skills such as turning on the computer, copying and pasting text, and navigating the Internet.
    Next >> << Back
  • 16. Computer Applications Students learn to use applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Next >> << Back
  • 17. Career Development Skills allowing participants to pursue long-term vocational goals are taught for secondary students and adult learners. Next >> << Back
  • 18. Basic Hardware Classes are designed to teach basic computer hardware components and their functions. Next >> << Back
  • 19. ESL Self-Tutoring An open laboratory allows adults learning English as a second language to practice and perfect their skills on a self-guided software application. Next >> << Back
  • 20. Director’s Remarks Next >> << Back Isaac Podolefsky
  • 21. << Back Staff Responsibilities Next >>
    • CENTER DIRECTOR
    • -Liaison between Center and other agencies
    • Makes purchasing decisions and manages
    • budget
    • -Supervisor for the Center and it’s staff
  • 22. Staff Responsibilities
    • INSTRUCTIONAL COORDINATOR
    • Hires and selects instructors
    • Organizes class schedules
    • Performs recruitment and client retention activities
    << Back Next >>
  • 23. Staff Responsibilities
    • LEAD INSTRUCTOR
    • Maintains computer lab
    • Maintains phone system
    • Teaches classes when instructors are not
    • available
    << Back Next >>
  • 24. Staff Responsibilities
    • SECRETARY
    • -Tracks and maintains Center usage
    • First point of contact with clients
    • Makes sure bills are paid
    << Back Next >>
  • 25. Current Class Schedule
    • For a current class schedule, go to:
    http://fp.uni.edu/eop/ctcp/ Next >> << Back
  • 26. Virtual Tour Next >> << Back Click and hold mouse in tour window to view panorama. (QuickTime required to view)
    • Complete Virtual Reality Tour
    • Tours of individual areas only:
      • 3 rd Floor
      • Reception area
      • Lounge area
      • Computer lab
      • Hardware lab
  • 27. Ready to register?
    • Click here for a printable version of the registration form.
    Next >> << Back (Adobe Acrobat required to view)
  • 28. Contact Us
    • For more information or to register for classes,
    • Visit us at:
    • http://fp.uni.edu/eop/ctcp
    • Write us:
    • University of Northern Iowa
    • Community Technology Center
    • 722 Water St. Suite 401
    • Waterloo, IA 50703
    • Call us:
    • 319-433-1156
    • Email us:
    • [email_address]
    Next >> << Back
  • 29. Our Location Next >> << Back
  • 30. Evaluate the Program
    • Please take a moment to fill out the
    • evaluation form . We appreciate your continuing support of our program!
    Next >> << Back (Adobe Acrobat required to view)
  • 31. Special Thanks...
    • Mr. Isaac Podolefsky
    • Mr. Joseph Marchesani
    • Jason Mancillas
    • Dr. Ana Donaldson
    Next >> << Back
  • 32.
    • Felicina Mendez
    • Hatidza Jasic
    • Mario Cruz
    Special Thanks... Next >> << Back
  • 33. Linda Love Karen Schatz Daniel Laurie All other clients and staff members who contributed to this program Special Thanks... Next >> << Back
  • 34. Produced by...
    • Domingo Ramos, Manager
    • Dustin Lutterman, Design
    • Andry Randrianilana, Development
    • Faye Reinhart, Utilization
    • Kristin Northup, Evaluation
    Next >> << Back
  • 35. << Back http://www2.co.black-hawk.ia.us/website/bhmap/viewer.htm Map courtesy of... Next >> Some scenes were dramatized by stand-ins when actual clients were unavailable .
  • 36. << Back Start Over Press “escape” button on keyboard to exit