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Circulation Module 1: An Introduction to Hutchins Library

Educational Technology Staff


               Anthony Basham                  

Moodle Coordinator/Projects Coordinator

Labor Supervisor for Conference Services/ Library Classroom Support




Working for Conference Services/ Library Classroom Support

General Duties:

Students working for Conference Services/ Library Classroom Support will assist faculty members with adding materials to Moodle (videos, documents, etc.); provide technical assistance in classrooms as needed; assist with setup/testing/implementation of new technologies; and maintain technology in library including printers, scanners, workstations, projectors, etc.

Work Schedule:

Hours vary as needed.

About the Educational Technology Staff

Refer a patron to Anthony Basham when they have questions about:

  • Troubleshooting Moodle

  • Special faculty projects

  • Issues with classroom technology


About Educational Technology

Educational Technology Services and the Educational Technology Faculty Lab assists faculty and instructors in using technology to compliment traditional instructional practices, address discipline-specific needs, streamline content delivery and expand learning potential. We seek to unleash the potential of various technological tools to assist faculty in achieving specific course outcomes and other related learning outcomes. The use of technology has been shown, for example, to promote critical thinking skills, engage students in learning, accommodate unique learning styles, encourage self-directed inquiry, and enhance the relevance of various content.

Working in partnership with the Hutchins Library and the Learning Center we seek to make these connections more visible and engage faculty in exploring “best practices” in the use technology to promote learning. We also seek to integrate technology in a fashion that compliments traditional instructional practices and accommodates the unique and special mission of our College.


The Open Learning Active Lab provides a flexible space with computers, monitors, and printers/copiers/scanners for Berea College students. It is one of our most trafficked spaces in the library as it offers Mondopads for group meetings and Mac desktops for special projects. The lab is staffed by student workers during the majority of the library's hours.