Your first stop for technology-related questions, including computer log-ins, video equipment, laptops, and laptop projectors, should be the technology office for your College:
Faculty members teaching on the regional campuses should address their technology questions to the local tech support office.
Some technology support is administered at a university level:
If you are uncertain where to find more assistance, contact the Faculty Center (407-823-3544 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for advice on whom to call.
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