Technology is becoming an increasingly important aspect of education at the Robinson College of Business. As we expand into more satellite locations, we are also expanding our portfolio of technology available to enhance the learning experience for all of our students. We aim to provide state-of-the-art applications of technology in teaching, learning and collaboration to help foster student engagement.
All classrooms are equipped with a wide array of PC and audio-visual equipment which may include:
- Document cameras
- Dual wide angle projectors
- Video teleconfenencing systems
- Lecture capture software, that also offers live webcasting, online chat, bookmark, closed captioning and note taking features
- Interactive whiteboards
- Collaboration tables
- Online portals for communication and collaboration
- Secure Wi-Fi network
For assistance or more information regarding technology at our satellite locations, please email [email protected] or speak with the on-site technical assistants during your course or event.
In order to support the increasing amount of wireless devices, Georgia State University’s IS&T has developed CatChat2x, which allows users to automatically access the wireless network after signing in once. You will not have to sign in again until your campus ID password changes.
Learn more about wireless access. »