Foreign Language teachers at CU can work with us to redesign their courses. We are happy to help any teacher. To encourage teachers to think about this, we have a course redesign program and grant. In order to get the grant you must fill out the form and return it to Mark Knowles. Of course you should also check out our additional online information about this project.
Would you like to request a film, audio materials, or software for a class? To request materials, fill out the Course Material Purchase Request Form using DocuSign. When initiating the form, please include the name of your Program Fees Committee - Department Liaison as well as your Department Chair, as they will be approving your request.Program Fees Committee - Department Liaisons:
You can stream the videos for your class online and allow your students to view them at home. All of the videos must be in DVD format and ALTEC must have a copy. You can request that ALTEC purchase a copy using the Course Material Purchase Request Form above. To request a video be streamed, fill out the Media Streaming Request Form using DocuSign. Please note that the second page of this form is a copyright agreement, which is a requirement of Fair Use laws.
Are your students doing a media project or on-camera interview? This is a release form for your budding actors. The form makes it clear that the University is allowed to show their masterpiece for educational purposes.
Would you like a printable explanation of the FLTP program? This brochure can be printed to give to your friends to encourage them to join the program. You can also point them to our online information.
You can reserve the Mac Classroom (Hellems 145) for a class or event. This policy guides us in resolving the scheduling conflicts.
The PC Classroom can also be reserved, but the policies are different from the Mac Classroom. The PC Classroom can be reserved by contacting the Resource Coordinator (Rebecca Allison: firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-492-8224).
In general you can checkout films for viewing in our lab, but what if you want to checkout equipment, or put items on reserve? The checkout policy will give you a better idea of what you can check out in the odd cases of equipment, reserve, materials for classes or other special cases.