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Faculty Services: Technology Resources

Faculty Training & Development Lab (FTDL)

The Faculty Training and Development Lab (FTDL, room 382) provides faculty with access to computer hardware and software, technology support and advice, drop-in individual consultation with knowledgeable and friendly staff, and small-group workshop training in the effective use of digital technologies for teaching and learning. For more information, contact: / (718) 951-4634.

The FTDL maintains state-of-the-art, high-performance Dell Windows and Apple Mac OS X desktop computers; color flatbed scanners; 35mm film scanners; DVD and CD-Recordable drives; digital video/audio capture; and networked B&W and color laser printers. See a complete list of installed hardware.

The FTDL provides software for: web page creation; word processing; spreadsheet analysis; statistical analysis; database file management; graphics creation; digital video and audio; desktop publishing; desktop presentation; and multimedia authoring. See a complete list of installed software.

FTDL Hours of Operation (see also: Library Hours)

  • Monday-Thursday: 9 AM - 5:45 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 4:45 PM
  • Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Printing for Faculty

The Library offers two types of printing for faculty:

  • Self-Service Printing: The FTDL maintains one B&W and one color printer for faculty to use at no charge. Our B&W printer outputs to 3 single-sided sizes: letter; legal; and tabloid. Our color printer outputs to 2 double-sided sizes: letter and legal.
  • Wide-Format Printing Service: Posters and Banners (Drop-off): AIT has the capacity to print wide-format posters and banners (up to 42 inches wide). Supported file formats include: high-resolution PDF, GIF, and JPG with embedded fonts and graphics. You may submit your project on CD or USB flash drive, along with a letter-sized proof. Your poster print jobs will be processed between 2 - 4 business days.

Multimedia Classrooms

Faculty may reserve a "Windows Classroom" or a "Mac OS X Classroom" to teach in a hands-on multimedia computer facility.

These specialized classrooms may be reserved for occasional, specific class meetings requiring the use of technology. High demand disallows scheduling these rooms for every class meeting during a semester. Technical Support Staff are available for limited classroom support.

Check availability and room size, and reserve a Multimedia Classroom.

Tech Workshops

Check the library's events calendar for upcoming workshops on Blackboard, SPSS, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office products, and Adobe products, among other topics.