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Mobile Computer and iPad Carts

These carts are available for COE faculty to check out and use in their classrooms. All computers have wireless access capabilities to join the JMU wireless network in Memorial Hall. Faculty are responsible for pickup and return to the ETMC.

  • 2 carts containing 20 Macintosh laptops each (Sloth and Otter Carts)
  • 1 cart containing 20 Windows laptops (Penguin Cart) 
  • 1 cart with portable baskets containing 10 Surface Pro tablet computers (Sasquatch Cart)
  • 2 carts containing 20 ipads each (Goat and Turtle mini iPad Carts)
  • Faculty and Staff in the College of Education can request some ETMC resources online, including our mobile carts. Go to and sign in with your JMU e-id and make a request to schedule an ETMC resource. Refer to this guide for steps to request a reservation for an ETMC resource online. 

Click here to see a list of computer software and iPad apps available on the carts. Additional computer software and iPad apps can be requested by contacting David Mulford or Dustin Kenney.

Computing Support for COE Faculty and Staff

College of Education Computing Support staff provide assistance and support for the effective and efficient use of computing technologies among College of Education faculty and staff. The College of Education's Computing Support Center is located in Memorial Hall, Suite 7240, located across the hall from the ETMC. You can reach COE Computing Support at 568-3569. 

Computing support team members include Dustin Kenney (, Computing Support Technologist, and David Mulford (, ETMC Director, along with student workers who together provide direct technical support for faculty and staff. Jackie Woolf ( is the Classroom Technologies contact person for the College.

To contact us for technical support please click the yellow link: COE Tech Support

Educational Technology Classroom Instruction

The ETMC staff can provide educational technology-based workshop instruction in your classroom. Each workshop topic can be personalized to fit the needs of your curriculum. Our workshops feature current educational technologies used in PK-12 schools. 

If you are not sure what technology skills might most benefit your students or best compliment your curriculum, let's talk about the possibilities. We are very open to new ideas, topics, and collaborations!

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