Student Learning Opportunities
Information Systems and Services is all about service to students, faculty and staff – our customers. We are always looking for students who want to work hard at making information and communication technology work well for the campus community. Four of the five IS&S teams utilize student labor.
Technology Resource Center
Robert Lewis – Coordinator, Technology Resource Center
Adam Mullikin – Technical Services Supervisor, Technology Resource Center
Nathaniel Clements – Technician, Technology Resource Center
Vernon Bentley – Technician, Technology Resource Center
The Technology Resource Center staff and students direct the College Switchboard and assist with campus communications, manage the College help desk for students, faculty and staff, and provide troubleshooting and consulting services to students using EDGE laptop computers. They set up, install and maintain classroom sound systems and video equipment, and perform media production services such as video editing, media conversions, cd cleaning and copying, and image scanning. They repair and image computers, and maintain the inventory of media and computer equipment for the College.
As new instructional technology (equipment and software) becomes available, students and staff partner to assist faculty in taking advantage of opportunities to improve teaching and learning. Students are involved in testing new technologies and in helping faculty members implement these technologies in the classroom. They are also involved in supporting our Moodle courseware.
Albert Conley, Director, Enterprise Systems
Tom House, Web Programmer Analyst, Enterprise Systems
Heather Millett, Senior Banner Analyst, Enterprise Systems
Mike Weiner, Banner Analyst, Enterprise Systems
Josh – Systems Implementation & Integration Analyst, Enterprise Systems
Student programmers assist staff with BANNER, Berea’s enterprise database system, as well as with other databases on campus. Activities include developing database inquiries and reports, setting up and testing new software versions.
Kay Himes, Administrative Assistant
Students assist the IS&S Administration in keeping track of purchases and other day to day activities for the department.