Instructional Projects

CIT works with faculty and staff to enhance teaching and learning at Bergen Community College. We are interested in funding special projects that understand this mission and will harness technology in the process, whether in the physical or virtual classroom. These projects can be based in an individual discipline, can be cross-discipline and even across departments. CIT would especially like to see proposals that utilize a faculty team approach to development and implementation.

Each proposal goes through a formal process, to ensure they are tied to appropriate goals, objectives and outcomes. Use the project proposal form to start a dialogue with us about your proposed project. Please also see the RFP for Shared Online Materials (SOM’s) which was implemented in the 2004-2005 academic year. In additions to new submissions we continue to consider proposals for this type of projects. You may also wish to see our webpage on innovative technologies which present some examples of projects completed by faculty members.

CIT supports a variety of software to develop instructional materials. In case you need special software for your project you may submit a software request form.

Software Support

CITL facilitates the distribution of software to faculty and provides first level support where possible. In some cases we provide workshops on software that is widely distributed, or is available in the C-326 Faculty/Staff Resource Room. In other cases we also provide one-on-one assistance. The software currently supported by CITL is listed below:

  • Server-Based Software  -Atomic Learning,, Wimba, Echo 360, Moodle
  • Site Licensed Applications – Microsoft Office 2007, Respondus Lock Down Browser, Study-Mate,Soft Chalk
  • Limited Distribution Applications  – Adobe Acrobat 9.0, Adobe CS3, Flash CS3, Fireworks CS3, Contribute CS3,Dreamweaver CS3, Mindjet MindManager Pro, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Ulead Video Studio,Adobe Acrobat,Camtasia,Snag-it
  • Utilities – CuteFTP, WinZip

Bergen Community College
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
E-mail: [email protected]