Office of University Relations
SDSM& T News
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
( June 3, 1999)
SDSM& T TO HOST TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING PROGRAM
The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology ( SDSM& T) is going to be host to a Technology for Teaching and Learning ( TTL) program this summer. The program is an initiative by Governor Bill Janklow to teach representatives from each South Dakota school district how to maintain a network server.
The TTL program will be conducted in two sessions, June 7 - July 2, and July 6 – July 30. Each session will be an intensive four- week training session conducted by Professional Consultants from Lancom Inc. in Minneapolis. Teaching alongside the Lancom consultants will be SDSM& T faculty. The sessions are further divided into two “ Tracks.” Track One is designed for the individual who has a basic understanding of computer concepts. Track Two is designed for the individual who is more comfortable with computer concepts and functions.
A total of 176 people will be attending the two sessions. For their participation with the TTL program, each individual will take the server they will be training on back to their districts at the end of the course.
For further information on the TTL program, contact the Office of University and Public Relations at 394- 2554/ 6082.
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