An Online Training Curriculum for College Student Technology Workers
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This project identifies a prototypical-training curriculum for student technology workers in the collegiate environment. The training program is geared toward student technology workers with a goal to establish a baseline of skills, vocabulary, and concepts needed to provide effective support to the dynamically changing population on a college campus. From laptops to tablets, smartphones to iPads, and for students, staff and faculty consumers, the variety of variables in effective technology support are staggering. By completing this training program, student technology workers will attain a common core of knowledge and develop positive strategies to handle the challenges involved in the technology support environment. The author suggests using online learning management systems (LMS) to deliver the content of a training program for student workers. By using an LMS to deliver the training to student technology workers, multiple advantages can be recognized: 24 hour access to training materials, online activity embraced by students of this generation, and tracking of student progress.
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